20 Burst results for "Nataly"

Fresh update on "nataly" discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

03:21 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "nataly" discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"Pretty Crazy I. I'm honestly really proud of everything that of ever created that painting is. The most heartfelt painting. Like the did that have so much connection to that painting? Because it was like. When I painted that people don't even understand how prepared to do it. I'm like a method actor when I paint when I paint I completely engulf myself in the subject matter of what I'm creating. So for example, when I was painting to. I was just watching nothing but to documentaries and interviews and listening to two qualls painting to park. I was submerging myself into POC, so I can recreate to pock and how that that authentic organic energy of to poke around me. So when I was painting Mona Lisa. I needed to feel like I was a student in Davinci studio painting alongside him. So I would go home after work took me a month to paint the Mona Lisa. Thirty. Days. Sees me when I came home, I would listen to. This sound funny but I would listen to like medieval sound effects on Youtube and on blasted up on my TV. So you would hear like horses trotting and like medieval music and chatter to feel like I was in that time and I would pay under light with the limited color Palette and try to paint along like like as if I was in. The Fourteenth Sixteenth Century Nataly Haning the Mona. Lisa. On would exactly as DAVINCI would've been painting it. You know. The. The Mona Lisa Mona Lisa painted on I think poplar wood and my painting is on Birchwood? So birchwood is. You get from like Home Depot so and I should've tried to get poplar to make it more exact. But the painting is almost the same exact size off by two inches and hyphen length. Have you ever seen the region or within No I haven't actually and it's so funny because everybody asks me that and I've I've never been to Paris I've never been to Europe and I'm dying go but you know it's funny that I have so many books on Davinci and renaissance and and all these Italian artists and I've like gone through so many images documentaries about the Mona Lisa that I feel like I have seen it. You know there's these high rez photographs on on Google that like That they scan the Mona Lisa so you can see every little bit cracking crevice there. So I've really seen it like you know like. Minister detail on screen but you're looking at the Mona Lisa. You're seeing her from thirty feet away and you're behind all these people and like flashing lights and like just chatter. So you know if you're like me, noise can impair my sight you. We've been in a car here I gotta lower this to see real quick you know. So it's really hard to get a good look at her when you're even when you go out there to go see her but yeah, no, I haven't haven't made my way overseas having got over the pawn. Yeah I'M GONNA. Say Some the might offend some people but I'm GonNa go in and say it's beautiful painting. But I don't think she was damn good looking. y'All.

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Should I Use My Employer's Car Lease Benefit?

Ramsey Call of the Day

06:12 min | 6 d ago

Should I Use My Employer's Car Lease Benefit?

"Ethan is in Detroit High Ethan. Welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Doing great man how can we help? I word for an automotive maker manufacturer and engineer there. Can One of the company perks or benefits I guess. That they offer is a employee leaf option, right? So I I can get a vehicle. It's a one year lease. Yep a London Mile with insurance included YEP and repairs. Repairs Maintenance wrinkly Irish included everything's included. Yep and prior to. Working there I was paying around two hundred insurance. Idea of And I'm debating. So my current payment is around five fifty and actually brought my wife's and on the program recently. I'm debating even worth it to carry that. The Fowler. The lease on your employment on your employees deal. Yeah Okay. You're on and you're driving a nice car. Yeah it is. It's a truck. You you didn't take. You didn't take the cheaper chicken you got the big dog. Well Who is Ford. Our Jeanne outs. I. Chrysler Oh. Okay. All right. Well, I've looked at several of these Nissan is here in our neighborhood I've looked at the Ford one. I've looked at the GM. Went off the top of my head but most of these have nothing to do with a traditional card lease. It's an employee benefit program. You're basically got a car completely furnished miles everything insurance everything's built in at five fifty. You can't touch that truck for that. Truck goes down five, hundred, fifty dollars a month in value if you own it. And you got insurance and maintenance and gas and everything they include gas don't they some of them Goodson doesn't okay but it's got everything is maintenance included. All maintenance. So car breaks, you just take it in. Yeah. So this is not a this is an employee benefit. This not lie to Lee. Not, Your Evil Carly's program right that the other side of your company sales. But this is a great deal for you Ethan driving around. Yeah. It's a round. where? I, thought you were thought. Dadgum usually, it's not five fifty. It's usually like three hundred when I'm running into these things but you got your driving seventy thousand dollars truck. That's the thing. So good for you. You cannot touch that truck for that kind of money it's six grand a year and everything's G. if I worked there I would do that deal. This is not a finance plan. This is not a lease. This is a simple employee benefit and it is a killer employee benefit do it I guess we're kind of debating knows. So my wife is on it too. She has a wrangler. Yeah, and I'm wondering if it's worth to have two vehicles on that, we're trying to get something cheaper off. Let me try this again, you cannot operate a vehicle for three times what you're paying. Car Think. About. It add insurance. Maintenance depreciation. In value right now, put those three numbers in the calculator. Do the truck you're driving it takes fifteen, hundred, fourteen, hundred dollars a month to replace it. Okay because a stupid things going down in value more than you're paying a month, not counting the maintenance in the insurance. And the same for her now. The question is. Can you afford? Are you? Are you biting off too big a bite of the apple here is your household income, support these payments but the bottom line is if you if they support these payments and you were to buy this vehicle, you're going to have three ex in the vehicle what you're paying. Okay so it's a great deal. Do as many as you need to do as long as you can handle the cash flow out of their income, which is unbelievable. So would a situation like this? Dave, if you were to leave the company, you're just turning in the vehicle. Yeah you lost it. You lost your employee benefits. You lost it. Okay. And you and you do need to flip it every year because they're they're flipping these things out that you know it's a small percentage of their total production under the employees right but the Nissan plan is very similar. Right down here, the road from us the the Ford is very similar. I've seen those and BMW's and other one's got. They've got one that's pretty similar to the guys over in south, Carolina that listen to us over there at the beamer plant It's got the same option and driving a stink in beamer for a third a fourth of what it would cost you. Anyone else. To buy it outside of that employees listen everybody out there that's listening real quick. We're talking about an employee benefit program not nataly idolise yeah, I. Don't don't don't blow up men box with this It's an employee benefit plan, which is why people were able to do that. So it's part of their recruiting. It's part of the benefits that they're given to their team members. So just wanted to clarify that. Yeah. In his case on that layer worth hit the employee benefit. The value to him is around a thousand dollars a month because it'd be fifteen hundred to replace what he's doing for five hundred. Oh. Yeah. His truck payment. Yeah Without A. That's another twelve thousand dollars a year in income are effectively his benny package is adding. Another two thousand dollars a year to his value again, assuming you can support that level of truck with your income. We not ask Denka I got sidetracked on that. But as Chris said, it's very, very, very smart to say. out loud. We are not saying it's okay at least a car this is not leasing a carton. This renting from your employee employer has a benefit that's all as they call it a one year lease, but you can turn it anytime. You want I don't even hold you to that on this. Very, very good.

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"nataly" Discussed on Untangle

Untangle

03:24 min | 6 months ago

"nataly" Discussed on Untangle

"At your best for your family. Your friends your colleagues you simply cannot and so self care is the least selfish thing you can do because when you treat yourself as you would a friend when you do that you truly give yourself the opportunity you give yourself the energy resilience to be there for all of the people in the work that you love and so it is actually a way to serve others but you have to start with you right now. It looks like people are asking. You have a balance. I already create more energy during the day. And there's a mention that a couple of sessions I've done like there's something going around. I guess someone famous something on twitter or something that was like if during this time you haven't started a podcast Britain. You're never do it. Takes over really in the mail of a pandemic when the artist really losing everything we value and we have so much fear and so much challenge. Were supposed to be starting a podcast. But the thing is I think that many of us myself included when the lockdown began dowry have the smog? And I'm like oh I'm not needing tour or travelling. I'll have more time. The thing is like we're all at home doing nothing. We have jobs and for some of US kids and the worry the stress. We're going through a traumatic experience so we should be expecting less of ourselves not more think about all the things we just talked to that all of the energy that is going towards the stress and a worry and the anxiety and so the slogan right now and this was the share. This on instagram became more. Most popular. Things are share. It up like your job is not to be your best in a store. Your job is to make it through. That is your job. Does the standard are you making it through? And that is actually a part of practice in self compassion and so the big slogan is we are not trained the excel at stores all. We need to do right now. Is just to get through and hopefully with an ability to help people around us yet through but again the only thing I've been talking a lot about is please don't expect endless grayson perfection from yourself in the storm like. I wrote the other day about how I snapped at my camera and the screen slammed the door at stormed out of the house. And I didn't want to share this. I'm a person who runs. The company called happier right but I wanted to be really real and I came back and I apologize several Florida chocolate cookies. That's what you do in a storm. When I shared that to say I did not beat myself up. My practice exception self compassion. I shared it to encourage everyone to recognize like yeah. We're GONNA snap at people right now. Your not going to be that productive all the time. That is okay. We are in a store where knock in a new normal. We're in a temporary very difficult traumatic experience so much for all your help. People feel better during this time and all the time. You're a great spirit so I'm so appreciative. That you're able to be on our show to nate chance to have this conversation. Thank you so much for your thoughtful questions and I truly hope that every single human being who listens to this finds at least one thing they can take their life and practices to find a little bit reasons storm. Thanks so much to Natalie. For today's interview you can learn more about her work at happier. Dot Com..

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"nataly" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:49 min | 9 months ago

"nataly" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Came out of pocket. For that way. Out of what you gave me a swagger. We'd a worse leader fucking worse. We expect more from you. Gail don't you hang out with Oprah Y.`all attacking us we owe people you ain't come after fucking Harvey Weinstein asking him dumb ass questions. I get sick a Ya'll I wanNA call you. What is it? Okay if I call one Lao Folk Dole hit bitch. How dare you try to? Towards my mother. fucker home was reputation BEFUDDLE respect to family and back off. Aw come ditch so after so when a cop dies on duty and we say hey but he's like has a reputation for being corrupt and actually a rapist. Are we ruining his reputation to whose reputation gets to be ruined Linden. Who didn't did we win the reputation and my raping people and not realizing and just putting it on somebody else's reputation why am I Cleaning up people's reputation at at all. Here's a gale saying. Hey I want you to know. I didn't expect this little clip to get out there on it so I know that the clip that you saw. I'd be extremely angry with me too. I am mortified. I'm embarrassed I am very angry. UNBEKNOWNST to me my network put up a clip from a very wide ranging interview totally taken out of context when you see it that way. It's very jarring and yes us. We talked about backward case and I wanted to get. Lisa's take on it as a friend who knew him. Well it's not a contest. What context you asked him about that? You also also asked him other questions so what that that was the pussy move. I understand how an interview works. Yeah I get it was. I assume there was talking before that you know. This just didn't work out the way you expected. It didn't work out. Like the you uncovered something fucking brilliant remembered something from history. It didn't work out a few tried to make it sensational and I don't know if you owe kate or didn't okay that that would be the only clip but get the fuck Outta here. A snoop dogg wrote. Did that did did that. Fake Ass Michael Jackson's Shit to tarnish his name in them lying as kids in here. She is with unknown rapist. Smiling laughing fuck you and king free. Yeah Bill Cosby. What will we know what side you're on that's just ignorant Oprah says gail is not doing well. She is not doing. Thank shoes. Well May I say that Oprah Oprah said that because gale doing well you're fully grown adult who asked someone some questions because she now has death threats and has to travel with security and she's feeling very much attacked. You Know Bill Cosby. Is texting tweeting from jail. That happened Bill Cosby said. Thank you snoop Dogg for saying something about me. What snoopy said when they brought me to my gated community and placed inside of my penthouse? They didn't win nor did did they. Silence me again. This is cosby. It's so sad and disappointing. That successful black women are being used to tarnish the image and legacy of successful black men even in that. So He's comparing himself to copy. Are these people that need a fame ratings and money on behalf of Myself Camille and my family. Thank you thank you and thank you. My heartfelt prayers are with Kobe and his family as well as with Michael Jackson and his family. God Gail now. You have to fucking super stand by what you did. What the Hell is this? Made their legacies. ABC's live on forever. Hashtag thank you snoop. DOGG has to bet on black legacy aspects stop tearing down. Black men has taken enough is enough has koby legacy lives on. He's really hedging his bets last hashtags than we do in jail. Gina Legacy lives on has Michael Jackson legacy lives on Hashtag Bill Cosby far from finished. Damn you're not it done then. Snoop Dogg took to Instagram to explain. He is not violent when he said. We're GONNA COME GET YA. What a cup of coffee he says? I'm a nonviolent. A person when I said what I said I spoke for. People who felt like gale was very disrespectful towards Kobe Bryant and his family now with that being said what I what I looked like doc wanting to harm some seventy year old woman was raised better than that. I didn't win the no harm to come to her bitch. We raised better than that. I didn't threaten her. All I did was said. Check it out how you out of pocket for what you're doing. We watching now. You're being a pussy because what you did say was threatening. Why don't you hold onto your words? Have a little more respect for Vanessa. Her babies and Koby Be. Bryant's legacy I think. I got corrected. Somehow this was any.

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"nataly" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

08:47 min | 9 months ago

"nataly" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Thousand people. You Know Matt's up there with direction I have to. I call my phone my map by the but what I'm saying I think it's above ninety percent of people. Don't die from it and then but it's caused like a global panic like everyone dies from although it's not true you know what I mean. Sure but I don't have a calculator. I don't think eight hundred eleven is I'd have no idea I I have no idea. Probably over. A hundred equals is over of everybody. Remember that PEM does. I've never somebody I just noticed. All I know is Zander's not even trying to address. How how long can I keep talking about? Not knowing what are the numbers of thirty thirty seven thousand in deaths of cases and deaths is eight hundred. Okay all right so we'll get to that tomorrow. Japan has twenty five cases no that Singapore forty Thailand thirty to Hong Kong one death at twenty six South Korea twenty-five than at the keeps going down but one American can died in China. And how do you get it. And there's twelve cases now in America it's airborne It's airborne yeah so everyone's walking around with masks and I've seen seen an up like there's usually some people walking around with masks but I have seen way more now. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I think people are more scared now. Came from Wuhan China the would hand strain. Of course. Ain't nothin the fuck with you. Know that that was Shallan. Those Adam Brown so you get that kind of with at though. I don't get that reference reference for everybody. It's not. My brother was in China and not too long ago. Oh that's right or even let them text me okay. Then we'll talk. He's the one who brought it over. I don't like it started at their a speaking of deaths Kirk Douglas Michael. Douglas's dad died at age. One hundred three for him when he died. Erica Brad Warner says how DOC die. James says he was testing up the thread count of Brooklyn and sheets a pound on how di under three out of this person rates on twitter. Zach Hunt Hunt in honor of Kirk. Douglas is passing sharing these photos of the teenage Natalie. Wood who told friends that at age fifteen she was violently raped by Mr Douglas. Call me old fashioned. But I'd rather honor the victims. Nobody could just die nowadays. Yeah I think not does. There's a big controversy right about the people die. Is that when you bring up when they things. Yes that's when you're paying attention hyping it. That's the thing this one. You're paying attention. I tried when they were alive. And you're like man so so now what what's the reaction. You're mad at me. So He of course denied you know has denied not writing his Eulogy Yours. But do you remember Michael Douglas. The son was also accused really of sexual assault. So when the but. Let's say for a second. Kerr did it. It sounds like hey. I'm being accused. This kirk keep lying to the son like it's crazy how everybody gets accused things like but something really yes. Yeah sometimes I wonder because sometimes they just high five each other over weird shit like right but yet that became a big point of contention I saw and social media Kobe. Bryant settled two point five million dollar civil rights case. And I'll give you the details but you know. Do you bring that up whenever Kobe Bryant thighs. Why do we have to find the right time to bring up rape I mean? Are we having dinner with your grandma. And even so I can't talk about it. When is you know what right a list? When's a good the time to talk about rape if you can come up with some scenarios than maybe I'll pass on others but I think why is not? Why is it not a good time to talk about great? I think there is from what from what I am been able to think about in that situation. It's like when you mention it after the person passed away. Can you talk about it more after the prison pass away. It's not affecting the person who passed away anymore. It's affecting their children. Their wives were left. You know so it's like Whoa. Whoa what are we doing now if it is affecting their children and their wives? That's still our fault because it shouldn't because they're not the ones who raped raped anyone they also were with is most likely. So we can't we can't just keep shoving things under the rug because it doesn't look good for the rest of the family because that's what a a lot of people sat with abuse so when how many people are should die before rape is actually brought up and if I was a victim I'd like to hear mentioned or two quite quite frankly. You'd like to hear what I'd like to hear mention about the person that attacked me. Yeah Yeah we're all of a sudden everybody's looking at this guy died like what a what a loss you might wanna WanNa hear like. Hey to some people. It's not a loss a gayle king was interviewing. WNBA's Lisa Leslie and in a A. There's a long form interview and this is what gay we'll say the kind of factor they took this clip that I'm GonNa play out of the interview asking the WNBA players. What he thinks should be? We'll be talking about this rape only put that it out so it does seem like you know if you wonder. Is it a crass question at this time. Gale had a little more. You Know Suave to to stick it in in a long interview. Now I'm going to say I didn't hear this coming out of ignorance but when we take out a piece of the interview Tim make the interviewee sound like a sensational headline line. In order to make other people so when we do that when it makes gail looks like she asked a good question. Is that okay or is it not okay. Only because we had negative response is to this. We always take clip. That makes you go wait. What did she ask but now it's what did she asking? Why did she do it now? All of a sudden people are butthurt so Now they fucked her is how it goes so she brings up this two thousand three rape. Is it even a fair question to talk about it. Considering he's no longer with us and that it was resolved or is it really part of his history. I think that the media should be more respectful At this time name. It's like if you had questions about it. You've had many years to ask him that. I don't think it's something that we should keep hanging over his legacy. I mean it went to the trial over. The case was dismissed because the victim in the case refused to testify so was dismissed. And I think that that's how we should leave it. What is hanging over? His legacy mean thinking he's a he's a great person for helping out the community et Cetera. You're GONNA remember rape. That is a legacy eighty. That is part of the legacy that you left. I don't know why we're supposed to clean up people's legacies after they die. So what you're not a rapist after you die because your kids don't WanNa hear about that. I'm so sorry. Plug up your ears. Also did she get upset about this because she wanted that out there. She wanted that to be the sensational question. That she she asked. Because she probed after so the fact that they isolated that and people had a negative response if they had a positive response like she got the juice everybody would would be fine now. This is the same way. Everybody sells their show. They like you know. Leave us like this is such a big deal. The rest is boring surprise right. It's been said that. His legacy is complicated because of sexual assault charge which was dismissed in two thousand three. Two Thousand Four. Is it complicated for you as the woman is a WNBA player. It's not complicated for me at all. Even if there is a few times that we've been at club at the same time Kobe's not the Kinda Guy Never Been Mike you know. Go get that girl. Tell her senator this I have other MBA for that are like that. He was never liked that. I just never see you. You have ever seen him being the kind of person that would be do. Something violate a woman or be aggressive in that way. I don't know how close Lisa Leslie was with Kobe Bryant. But I could understand if I'm doing a long form interview. Do think I want to say something about it and if you say you never felt that then that's out there too good. I think it's unfair to ask her. Why because they both play basketball? You know exactly what Kobe Bryant did with his Dick because he never assaulted you. You know where his Dick was. I I don't understand you. Never saw him disrespect a woman in plain sight so he can't do it behind the scenes. What and why are you asking her? Why would she know is she with him him all the time it was it was this? His confidante who who is this person you have a basketball in your hand and so did he what you were in the same room together. Because you're both tall. What's happening a snoop? Dogg was not pleased. Gail.

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"nataly" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

11:29 min | 9 months ago

"nataly" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Sustainability. These these are the shoes you've been waiting for at RAF DOT COM slash K. A. T. G. Today on twitch on chat. They're asking what you do when you go to the dentist. Oh God you've never been the one. They're fake I have been and every time they put an instrumental. Mike you've washed us right like I pull back. This is clean right and there was like. Yeah it is if they can say no I was a waiter. I can't I can't say no. I promise it's DECAF Omar. I'm always like every time I'm like you've cleaned this right. It's like they're like of course. That would be insane if we don't always like thinking about it when I hate the dentist because of that Because I can feel it and I feel when I feel the instruments just touching my lips. I'm just like you get the guests. You should do that. The Gas oh I guess I'm crazy. I don't because I cannot be high if I'm not on my couch. It's a good idea though such a good time doesn't everybody just want to hang out with me. It'd be like a day to like sample. We'll place or a top US. That'd be the worst all right yeah. That's my favorite. I we will never be able to eat together because I put my fingers right in your food. But you know what I'll do I'll just bring I'll bring up bring an extra pleaded an extra and just put anything you want on an excellent okay. Let's eat together. My friends get offended like friends or like have it sip of that and I'm like no no and they're like I've been your friend for twenty years on my shit you've been dirty monster the whole time. They can be really clean like if you trust me to drink from my glass I mean and you trust someone else a drink from their glass. I don't want anybody else's I don't know let's say new. I just don't know who trusted. Yeah I have a very invasive question feel free to pass. Have you ever went down on anyone. You have to just throw up right away. But I don't I really don't like it with this person. The best person on earth like you were doing them a big fan no never is is it never. I mean I've only done it with two guys right. And the first one was like the guy lost my virginity to and he was great sweetheart. The other guy was kind of like not great but is it like only Valentine's Day birthdays. Okay today half do no. I don't WanNa tell you but March fourteenth a steak and blow job. Just make the so. This is what I would make is. There's a special date for well. Okay so it's exactly a month after Valentine's Day and because Valentine's Day seemed to be accosted by is the is that the war which seems to be more for the female put a month later steak and blow jobs for them so yeah welcome to America. Yeah we always doing things every month. Yeah June fourteenth. Wash my car day when the other day when I was talking about might lack of direction problems I was going to San. Juan couldn't even get to the New Jersey airport actual direction direction. Powerful not lack of them. Right I can't i. I was saying how if I remember. We used to have the studio to studios ago. We had it in this complex. That was a little confusing but he would leave the if you would go down the street and the complex he would call me to be like. I'm lost right. Yeah yeah we we would drive. And so I'm like I would get like two blocks to the studio and Keith. Does any of this look familiar right now. Right it has lost in the city. You can't I can't and they should study break. I'm trying to find the boss that goes to Jersey the port authority and honest to God. I'm I'm crawling through tunnels. I went over a fence. I'm in the manager's office. I always end up in offices. Something be fair buses. This is it's okay to get lost looking. Thank you thank you. I'm in the airport. I get lost somehow next thing you know no joke. I opened a door behind the ticket counter. People Start asking me questions they turn around and actually how white guys get jobs. Reduce podcast starting tried to go the store. Ah So I asked. The audience. Share Keats lack of direction problem. Twenty eight percent do that attack. Because you weren't being modest about it. You were all in which crazy yeah. It's terrible no people are so wrong when they point to something and they point where direction. I'm like you've fucked up end up owning your house. But that's I think that's a cute like What's the word The opposite of trade cute. Yeah Yeah it's not a bad. I mean for as far as far as like little things about you that you could have. That's cute I go down all all the time you know what I mean so I would have a different kind of problem today. Is it makes you sound stupid. But there's so many people have this issue who are like it's not an intellect than you would think it is because it's like you're operating with your brain right but not Andrea gets lost. I've known people on the genius. Scale that I'm just like you. You can't find there's maps with dots when we went flew to San Juan. Somehow I don't know how I was the pilot. I guess this is your captain speaking uh-huh archimedes screw says I have to use my. GPS to get home. If I deviate from my normal route me too. I've been in this house for about five years. Years now blows my wife's mind you can women you can trust US guys like we don't we don't because we know we have to go straight home it it. That's funny. I will not turn left because I will not go home right. Give it is to like you know you wanna be mad at them. Yeah but it. It's not personal. It's like like they're probably losing their minds more than you do have to account for it It's like okay. Oh did you get lost again. And that's why you're late Jews Google maps and you still get lost. I carry an atlas these at the end when you're in the city though that thought it the fucks up the building in the electronics. Fuck up that DOT sometimes and I've said this before but if I see dot go into somebody's house knock on the door. I ask if I can stay there until the dot fixes fixes. It's telling me I have to. I'm sorry Pumpkins says one time I was driving my ex to the airport from a house. One of the exits I was using using to taking used to taking clothes. I got so confused I had to go back home start. Oh I feel you Amen Amen. Oh I love how people are Spiro. Says Oh I have to have a buddy with me. If I'm going anywhere. Unfamiliar might not come back. I tried to write a public bus for the the first time in Chicago and then ended up sobbing on a street corner. Nowhere near a bus stop you. People do take mushrooms before you leave. The house was I given. That's important to tell me right. Was I given detailed instructions prior yep also by the way I do this with. Somebody gives me information like a stranger gas station. But it's too convoluted I'll be thank. You got it because who gives a shit anymore sometimes. Don't even listen to it. I asked the question and then halfway through fuck I forgot to listen right. Was I given detailed tale instructions prior Yep also routine routinely get lost in olive garden's trying to find my way back to the table from the bathroom. These places are Goddamn labyrinths I have a problem with that. In fact it's only recently and I'm forty five years old that I that I focus when I get up to go to the bathroom like okay here I am okay. It's right around the corner passing asking a coroner to rights and a coroner. Yeah I often get lost coming from the bathroom. I like that interesting. I have never heard of all this like someone just having a problem with getting lost twenty eight percents it sells. Yeah please me yeah. I bet that almost a third of the audience. I'm glad you're not alone me too. Because they're a loss together somewhere. How much do we lost? But we don't say anything. What if you get lost at the the same place together probably happens? Yeah and everybody that I go. Do you know where in there like. We'd all know you ever see that. Yes production like we're lost two. Oh it's like should we both be homeless together. We have a better chance of surviving would definitely in the simulation. I love watching this turnaround with our phone in our hands. Are we there now. I I hide my phone one out like when I get out of the subway using APPS and I don't want anybody to see I'm like I'm not look like a rookie in front of all of you. What's what's funny is also? I have to like really study. The phone map figure out where I am. Make sure the arrows facing the right way and then a homeless guy. He wants a dollar she'll be like. Can I help wh where you're trying to go and I'm but really no. You can't help me because we tell me isn't good for me You know so I have to give a dollar and not take your health. And then that's a fucking thing others tried to give you directions help when I do stuff like okay. When you get out of the train the cars are going to be going into in one direction? No Action Action Direction Direction. Trains go good bye. I'm dead it's fun to get to get the last car because that's just get off. What am I gonNA do? We'll take an extra twenty seconds. Don't die all these people by the way ever. You got a lot of these three blocks they tell you we're GonNa meet at a subway stop. I'll leave now nightmare. I go now. We've been podcasting favor fifteen year. This is the thing that recurs this how you lose friends you. Yeah they tell you to meet at the train station underground. Don't look we could do it. Your train leaves now and I'll wait for you and they want to pass his West fourth. I'll get on that train. Your fucking up your fucking her and of course we miss each other. We're get well West fourth looking for you well. That wasn't the point. What the Fuck Complain One gonNa find my car magician? David Blaine things. My friend Andrea is writing into like whenever you go south. It's like you think I know south. I can't go. Oh three blah. I'm on southeast. Okay Dr Atlas AC- on Southeast. Yeah when you see coming out of the subway they're like southeast South East Corner. I'm like let me think where south young which way right and you have to figure it out. I have to do that for sure. I have to be like okay. This the South East. Okay I can go. This way is going down. Well what I hate that. Just tell us this is the one that will go with where the streets go up and avenues go down right. Yeah I look at a globe I still say you know. Canada is up in Mexico. Yeah for sure you know The Corona virus. You're seeing in this and the news. Of course it's worse than SARS was now in China over thirty seven thousand cases in China. misreport things deliberately. They don't like embarrassment. It makes me think Russia Eight hundred eleven deaths in China. So what's what percentage is that. That's a pretty small percentage of the thirty seven thousand people. You Know Matt's up there with direction I have to. I call my phone my map by the but what I'm saying I think it's above ninety percent of people. Don't die from it and then but it's caused like a global panic like everyone dies from although it's not true you know what I mean. Sure but I don't have a calculator. I don't think eight.

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"nataly" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:49 min | 9 months ago

"nataly" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"Just recently saw her too many cooks natalie out car natalie. Good how are you guys. Thank you now I follow your tweets. Of course do you do. I don't that much. Well I'm GonNa tell you what you do tweet limits. Plenty okay you can follow yourself at uh-huh natty and a t y our oh you are color. Co L. O. R.. Close it's pronouncing that your color nat your color color Brown. It okay is it okay. Yeah 'cause it's like not your color with an eight instead you know that popular saying not so it's just. It's a Sassy username ever since the Lebanese. You're Lebanese right Everson. The Lebanese Revolution started my phone calls with my mom mostly consists of US quietly sitting sitting on the line with no conversation whatsoever while I listened to her listening to the news and our relationship has never been stronger. This check every so often like you there. No it's literally I stay with her on the line and and I just listened to her listening to the news and it's her going e y'All and I start thought I'd try talking about something Sh- sh- and she's like Oh and is just. That's literally the conversation you were born in New York. Though right no born and raised in Lebanon okay for Hallo when did you come the New Yorker. I came here four and a half years ago. Oh really yeah okay. You speak Lebanese Arabic Arabic Arabic and French. The Lebanese is. I like the mix of Arabic French and English. Could you say something in those circles. What's the weather like outside that it? Okay it's called. Okay say something. Something Loggers I wanna hear this. It's so tough you gotta give me an exact sentence. I forget how much you just did all of that. But it's it's tough to do while the hardest languages had he said data hockey. Toby Sabatier. Okay all right good. That's pretty good. I love that what's happening. The what is happening in Lebanon. So there's a big uprising basically It's it's what's happening with the rest of the world's earnings so many countries right now where the people are just protesting against government government corruption. And you know do you find yourself getting involved like do you follow the news. Yeah A lot. I get involved as much because I can't although I can't that much from here right so I post about it. I you know my opinion about it is very very open about my opinion about it and then I'm on the side of the revolution because there are some people who aren't an. Im but there's so much I can do from here so it's just you know bring attention to it Being like if there's something going on here that's to help over there. Try to take part in it and I when I say unto many cooks you were talking about how tell me if this is actually true party you stand up You actually see your friends protesting on TV. Yeah so I see them so. TV is not broadcasting the revolution as much as it should because So the Mute TV stations in Lebanon are most of them are government affiliated. Or if. They're not they're very much government controlled so they haven't been broadcasting it as much as they shuts. I mostly see my friend. My friend social media through social media news channels that have come to life. Since the revolution people are starting those media channels online the broadcast revolution as a protest against the News Corp.'s. That aren't and on. Those is where I see. My friends like on the streets with gas. Tear gas masks and it makes me think of Venezuela fairly recent. Yeah Yeah it's Kinda similar this is what people are afraid. Lebanon going to turn into originally it was they were like we're we're going to become the next one as well. It's like where people are not going to be able to go outside anymore late night or whatever and how did you get to hear how do how are you here. How am I hear Ya? Yeah we ask this of all. We are Canadian producer. Everyone has to give us their paperwork right. I do have the American passport so my my dad lived here for four years in the eighties when he was in college when they were still handing those out adding he grabbed but he got one. That's my parents got to. I have a passport because my parents got it and now that I think about it my mother to this day speaks in the most broken English like sometimes she pretends she doesn't understand standing on the you speak English and they're back in Israel but they had to take a citizenship test. I'm like in my mother process. That's at the time they had to take a citizen. Yeah Yeah and she just unlike huge speaking interesting. Yeah they were a little more lenient back then a couple of bucks back then like maybe. There's this Greece somehow sound. Bite your dad the other day I didn't even think about that. I don't know that he would you know what I don't know that he wouldn't..

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"nataly" Discussed on Untangle

Untangle

05:56 min | 9 months ago

"nataly" Discussed on Untangle

"Second thing is it asked us to practice compassion. Compassion is recognizing there were all imperfect that we all struggle. And so when you make up the story in your mind it can be a really short story about what this person be struggling with his acting them to act this way. Compassionate has been shown to dramatically increase. Our feelings of wellbeing patients and reduce anxiety and stress. And so that to me would be the one to steps so the first step is to acknowledge how you feel however difficult it is by writing down or saying it and the second to practice a lens of compassion where you tapped into your own compassion for the goal of preserving your own happiness and emotional wellbeing and you think of what the person who might be struggling lists can be acting this way so you're practicing acceptance and you're practicing kindness compassionate. Those are the two happier skills. Something I talk about in my book is that we all have an emotional. Immune system suggest like we have a physical immune system right that when we get a bug or germ our immune system system does what the first step is excessive. There is a germ. It looks at it without judgment. Says what is this thing. Oh this thing is not a good thing and then it kicks into action and helps our body processes now our emotional new system functions the same way. Let's say to your example. Someone is rude to us so we feel a reaction if we don't allow ourselves to acknowledge that reaction. We cannot have our emotional immune system. Actually do its work. But if we practice acknowledging where like yes. This says how feeling than we're allowing our motion new system. What we all have some psychologists psychological new system it becomes our ally it helps us get through it but the the only way we can strengthen it is by letting a do its job if we never allow our emotional new system to experience to truly acknowledged stress or sadness or regret? Our self doubt an doesn't learn how to get through with more resilience and again. It's something we often forget. We actually can get through these difficult feelings. Acknowledging them actually makes that easier to do we feel them less intensely but the only way we can do that is when we give ourselves permission to not try to resist them to me. That's one of the biggest discoveries for you was not push away those feelings but to acknowledge them and to not feel like when you feel that way. You're a sad or angry a person but you're having a sadder angry difficult emotion. We all have different emotions ones. That are wonderful to feel ones that are difficult to feel but we have them we are not them but also for me. The greatest strength I get is by reminding myself every time time that both of what it did for me when I didn't allow myself to feel but right so actually have a practice about this in the book of connecting to your strength of remind yourself aww difficult experience they've gone through and think of how you were able to get through it. Remind yourself that you have gotten through difficult emotions that you have gotten through difficult difficult experience. So that's why I made a practice on my book of connecting to your strength because we forget we have it and not exactly right. It's been a huge discovery for me. There's another little part to who it which is then sharing those feelings honestly with others which has vulnerability which is also very very difficult. I love how Brent Brown talks about what she says vulnerability the in you as courage and in myself as I think. That's so true for most of us. I thought the world would collapse if I ever allowed anyone. I wanted to know that I wasn't feeling well. I have self doubt that I have fear so for me. I had to start doing it because it was just too much to keep covered up. But those practices go hand in hand it's acknowledging and accepting these difficult emotions on our own and then also learning how to share them with others in my ear was always that they would think on the failure life. I'm a failure as a CEO. Happier and the opposite happen. Every time the opposite happened people. Embrace may people opened up and more often than not where people said to me as. Wow it's so refreshing. How honest it can be? I feel a little bit more permission to do it myself. We also say in the book. What if everything is exactly as it should be? What not mean when you say that I think all of us can relate to the voice in our head saying this is not how it should be right? You're on vacation and his training. This is not how it it should be and you get really we get upset anxious or you're in traffic all of a sudden and you're like this is not how Because we have an idea of how reality should be how we like like it and when it doesn't agree with us we call ourselves. I call it being valley of suffering. We've put ourselves in the valley of suffering because we decide that it's not how it should be and so a practice that that I use as for a moment. Whatever experience you having when you find yourself stuck in this this is not how it should be? Imagine for a moment. What if this is how it should be? Not because I'm asking you to like traffic or rain on your vacation but if you just allow for a minute that this is how it should be. What might you learn from that? How might that inform your actions? What if this is how it's supposed to do so? The thing that I also find useful is when you're finding yourself fighting waiting with reality or when I find myself like being in the Valley of suffering if I asked myself is this helpful so is this helpful has been a really powerful is a way. It's it's also come out of the Valley of suffering of when things are not as they should be because most of the time as you said you know we're worrying anxious and upset over something we cannot control exactly and when you talk about in the five core practices. Most of the five are things that we ourselves can do except gratitude the bigger y and self care but what about like intentional kindness and his kindness to yourself or for the person that makes you mad or triggers. You where you feel jealousy policy or whatever it is how do you deal with another person or are these practices really about your own.

"nataly" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

12:51 min | 1 year ago

"nataly" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"Now back that heather dubrow world so okay but what's been upsetting. I think is watching. Some of these girls get lip filler. Instagram yeah that is so ah how soon. But that's the big one on the twenty s is okay so let's say we're over twenty one. We're in our twenty S. What are we doing to start? The prophylactic anti-aging stuff sunblock some blunk. Some say sunscreen avoidance and then Sunblock as opposed to my generation we would lay out. I oh my gosh because we were trying to be good around uncle he literally had the silver thing goes under. His skin is Tan more than we tong. So Senegal void soon in your twenty s as you start to get into twenty five thirty even and sometimes. It's a structural things depends on the genetics. Sculptor is a great thing to do early. If you do please early sketch twenty thirty thirty thirty thirty five. The the younger you start the less you need need and the more you can do little bits at a time rather than waiting till you're fifty five or sixty two first thing and then you need then you lot you know so and the question is when you start. Boateng's you start Boateng's before you have a problem after you started before the line crosses and stays there that's always my and that depends you know you're very mode and then you also have to walk in. You're an actress so you can't do full of you you know that's a there. There's a unique to every person but in general lip fillers. What people are doing when they're should they be doing the twenties all? I'm trying to look like one person or one family show. Yeah but you know what that's been true throughout the decades. Anyway I mean there was the twiggy phase where everyone was long and lean pixie. There was the you know this phase that there was the playboy phase took Pam Anderson with really large breasts and big hit the breast breast. Implants has been very interesting to change over there like in but even lip fillers facelift at all. So the good news of the LIP fillers. Is We have so many more products than we had before about. Terri did something on you. Fifteen years year hated all use only Terry Gaming. This thing called silk so I had this one line from mm smoking right in the vermillion border like the line your lip liner and so it was. We were living in the port. St How long ago was that. Eighteen years ago sixteen seventy. Oh the kids were babies like okay and I said Oh this line he goes. You know what we've just put a tiny tiny little bit of that silk just on that line and I go okay and he put in the tiniest tiniest amount and I looked at my face and I'm like I look like a duck. I hate this. I would never do this again. Ever and now we have ones that are much softer prevail silk and there's wrestling talk to different products check and I can get even very confusing but point being that we're we're treating has changed as we looked at the face so we used to just treat the nasal fold on the inside of the full right and now we mostly treat it from the outside and lift up see. I liked that concept. We're looking at. What is the anatomy of the aging process? And we understand that so much better now and we also have more products when you only had fillers you said. Guess what we're GONNA fill everything. Fill that line sometimes. It looked good at rest but when you smiled as I do the whole thing chunky. We have products fillers at stretch edge. So they're great and mobile area different one where we WANNA projection. So just depends. It's all about looking at the. It's I love this one. The Anatomy Primes my med school. This is like injections and anatomy. It's like fun you. The Anatomy Primes and MED school. Owned Ortho. But I love that concept. Because that's what I said years ago when I tried that filler between the nose mouth it to meet looked weird and I and it felt weird. I didn't like having something in my through my mouth. Yeah I don't like that but I have on the concept of it's almost like a liquid facelift. So you're filling out the outsides to pull the skin a bit right right so that that line isn't so decent you're not filling the line sculpture scoped to because it's your own Collagen that's formed so therefore it's so natural. It's actually hard to overdo somebody with sculptor. That's what I like. I like I like that too okay. What else So places you can't use school tra Yes you can't do it under the I can't lips but we can do it in the bud and the chaz elbows knees. I mean it's really been very interesting. Sculptor see where we can do it at any time. There's a loss of Collagen so as you age you lose college in the last and that's why the skin and and let me tell you about the bone and fat loss. You add all those things together. And that's what's your showing so if somebody comes in and goes hey. I don't like this chain area here. What's going on on okay? We have some bone loss. We have to put it very deep on the bone put a little bit more superficial and sometimes we combine things so back to the cool tone things like why is this school and the end skull. Well we can treat the muscle as well as the fat on top of it to get onto her that we want so we can treat with the bone loss as well as then. This can change. Fool though there's always something new coming out what now. Let's talk about the under the is because people. Are you know everyone thinks I'm a doctor. It's very strange yet. Little update merger doctor. So everyone's always asking me about under is and I think that's the scariest part now you and I've talked about this but I would never put anything under is and probably youtube scholar because we have very big veins with the veins deep set eyes. It's part of our look if you took away the deep said I look where we wouldn't look like like our selves anymore. You have to again. Treat everybody individually and especially the underwrite. An undertreatment is the way to go. Because you do not I wanNA make even somebody with not deep set eyes puffy under there. That looks so much where I worry about the complications for under the eyes. 'cause obviously you're so close to the eyeball you know. What what can you put for under the eyes for dark circles for hollow and what's not good to put their so it's actually not so much the Kanada me that there is the fact that you have thin skin bone and a lot of muscle activity so anything you put their ball together. Oh so that's why I also because within this of the skin don't WanNa put anything to fix there so we don't put anything that's going to stimulate so none of the bio stimulants Nobel full of sculpture. Ultra the is. You don't want anything to thin. That's going to spread out so I don't even like restaurants silk there so my favorite product and there's wrestling and has enough structure to stay in place yet enough softness to give and then I only put it right on the bone and lift up the tissues so that we have the tissues making much for natural and I'll take a fifty to seventy five percent improvement over swing for the fence and striking out any day. So you like to undo a little bit obsolete yes somebody in the spotlight who has done stuff recently. Who is made them look so much different not to say they look bad? Gwen Gwen Stafani. Have you seen her picture shooting. Look different to me so much. She doesn't like herself. She looks beautiful but she does not look like herself I. I didn't see that one. I liked her just in general. I would like to talk about that in general like what we do to to. How do you make sure that you still still look like yourself? Because that is a thing that happens with a lot of a lot of them when and even like people I know like in our community will have a face lift or have some stuff stuff done and look whatever makes you happy. It makes you feel confident. Go for it. But how do we maintain looking like who we are just a little bit better. I think the key is to not do any one anything too much. So if you for example Ba Luma used in the cheeks came out and like oh here we have a lift for the jails and so you put it in the mid face in it lifts up the jails to a point. But that's not the only answer and so if you just did that and you put in you. Put six syringes through here. Then you have these cheeks out there and it's like a look the jails are gone but they they don't look like themselves they don't look like found nature. So how do you look at the anatomy of that patient and then figure out where we need to place some some here some. Here's I'm here to get that result. Helpful for patient brings in a picture of them twenty years ago so we know what their anatomy good idea. Wouldn't even think of that. Like can you make make me look like this again. I don't think I'd want to you want to not look like you're twenty baby. Cheek fat face was the fat well. And that's another thing too if you don't like that look so sometimes people don't want to look like they did when they were younger. And that's fine too. Yeah so I always start with. What does the patient not like? What is it and then I go? Okay here's the here's what's causing that and hear your options. ABC here's the cost here L. last year wrist. That's rather rather than going. Oh you need this a good doctor. Don't know how we're going to tell them how to find you. Because he has the best. Honestly if you're anywhere in this area I can't tell you who he does but he does everyone. If you see someone that looks fabulous Doug Scans have been there but if someone lives in other areas of the country like how do you find someone because it's like when you talk about sculpture and this is the things that scare me about this. Is You know I've got a guy. And that's how they end up on botched so The question is how does someone find someone who does this once. They find them obviously late. You know they could look it up. But what questions do you ask so how long they've been doing this. How many patients have they done similar to to that What can go wrong? What are the alternatives? I really prefer patient referrals rather than you know people with their advertising too much ago. That's something something weird there unless you're starting out. Maybe just starting out. Yeah everybody has to start attack decided exactly so. That's in certain. Things are trickier than it was like. Sculpture is definitely trickier more of a skill set and then exactly it is definitely the art. Form the art and science at the medicine Certain you know bowe talks despite for example it's GonNa be gone in three or four months anyway so you can't really not the end of the world but if you're doing something like Belleville really long lasting and make sure you're at the right spot together. We knew somebody. I know somebody who had their throat Botox for like chords. Here's something and then. She said she almost choked on something. Because you couldn't swallow so yes there's all kinds of science facts all thank you do. Yeah dosing thing so when you go above so the normal dose in the neck is like twenty to forty units. If you go above that you can have some spread difficulty swallowing Sometimes neck wrinkle. That's going to make me WANNA show. But then you have the micro tonks and aqua goal doing these microdosing so for the neck that are much more effective and safer okay. I gotta say that I've been listening to this. This is not my language. I don't know much about this world at all. I have never researched it but I got to tell you that Doug your energy he is definitely if and when I I would feel really comfortable part of the reason why I've never looked into it. Is that it freaks the the crap out of me but I really like your energy and I love how thoughtful you are. Wait one more I think before we got so did doug has. He's got a person that distracts you so while he's injected tap tap tap tap tap tap. Think I've seen that attracts attracts you so I dug dogs dejected. Me and the tappers up there so he calls because we were somewhere else. He goes over one of our nurses and she's not tapping she's massaging my shoulders. And he's like you gotTa Tapper. Shut up massage Eh. Shut up I love you on so many levels you been my life for a million years. There's no one I would trust my vase with. Except you and I think you're brilliant doctor and I you know I send everyone to you because.

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"nataly" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"nataly" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"Because you're back pain and now you can actually strengthen the core nice it's GonNa be have a functional component to cool so down for it. We can do it now. We fat with goals. Go Up there and we can tone the muscle and it gets you know overall better just like on the face if we just went after each line right like we used to the face though I'm just saying using the faces example. How he changed? Start selling weird done. Super painful for a cool sculpt Tarazona fan of course go right now but we're talking about cool tone which is just giving them which is same ideas 'em sculpt this scope thing. I don't know which can take an egg. I don't know I the first thing Jen Permit Office and Champ. Like this thing strapped on our ass and I'm like what are you doing. And she's like I think I'm GonNa get this machine the Mike. Okay what does it do so I'm listening. I'm like okay that makes sense to me but I had to ask Shona when we have this done the other night so we we. I did my butt and I did my stomach. The stomach is the but was fine. I had a hundred percent. I was totally fine. And it's opposed to like give corrects the muscle does your contracting the muscle. Thought it was actually got a poison. I liked constant but clenching. Yeah it was fine. It felt like someone was torquing for you. uh-huh stomach weird stomach issues because I got the Mesh in my stomach and I've had three C sections and I can only really feel half my stomach. Great Anyway just. I'll just have to be a little careful because of your medical history with that. They were terrorist. Like it's fine. Go check with the real. Dr Phil Meshes coming out of my stomach and it's like you're fine but you have to two times a week for two weeks four total right so you've got to come in only four and then you have to maintain it's like if you went to the gym and you never want again so you'd have to maintain at some point asking ask times a week is more than I go to the gym but only half hour for each treatments And so if you think about it I mean. That's a lot less than liposuction boasts auction. It's a lot less than a surgical procedure. I mean to me I think from a Layman's Dr Guinea pig point of you might think about about these pieces of equipment wittment. I think they're really good for people who have areas. It doesn't seem to me and tell me that like a very heavy person should be coming in and doing no. You're you're not gonNA come in and have a result that you can see although telling you if you had a heavy person that had really bad back pain and you could tighten up the core a little bit. It's okay it depends on what you consider to be a win right. What is the result? I mean I used to. I usually work out like normally four times a week. Or whatever and then I'll hike or something thing and I play tennis but like the past couple of months. Mike Cages started a new school. And it's like everything's just all kinds of stuff has happened so I've kind of fallen off the workout organ and I tried to get back on. I ended up going like once or twice. This would be really nice to get myself kickstart. Yes well Terry was saying the same thing because he's working so much he's not getting his regular regular workouts. And so that's what I'm saying. I think it's a good in addition it's not that placement definitely kicks healthy too. I mean it does not replace the Jim Carney eating healthy that sort of thing right okay but you like it for what areas so currently indications are abdomen buttocks thighs and now they're doing arms. You can areas you. Can't you can't do your chest because next. No because the magnet would affect heart it's a very powerful magnet. And Wow that is scary. I first guys to build up the quads. Quads you've been thighs and no she's as you suggest. Oh I thought you said no but thighs requirements Women Fourteen okay. So we got 'em skull what else is going to coulter. The newest thing is just sort of the concept that we're talking about and you alluded to a pre rejuvenation so instead of juvenile somebody who sort of pre rejuvenating starting starting our twenties right. So you're in your twenties and I think something that's been concerning I think to a lot of MOMS has been seeing kids even younger like sixteen year olds and I'm seeing. I got two kids in high school. And I know highschools the nose job age right so that happened that's sixteen is probably I don't know calvert. I think says that if they're you're done growing at sixteen yeah but I think for girls. That's probably a more advanced. I was still growing freshman year. Call Weird Weird. What's new? You're.

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"nataly" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"nataly" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

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"nataly" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"nataly" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"The guy that hosts the show -tarian polar just on an eight is the funniest thing I've ever what is similar to. What does everyone talks very quietly? And you whisper to everything and it's noises like this. You mean people who that's like a condition that people don't there's there are lots of channels there are lots of channels. You can just listen to this or watch this. It's very soothing. You guys are so why would I wanNA listen to people saying I do it but this is a huge the thing. It's these kinds of noises like chewing and I don't want to hear people chewing but it's horrible don't like doing like it's like that sounds horrible. That sounds like something I might look at someone. Go shut up. You know it is. What is his name is it know what is his name? What what is as more stand for Google it? I have this highly show. It is so funny and talking all all time like this. That would make me. It's hilarious. Sometimes it's really cool though the super bowl last year Lisa Bonet I think yeah she had this fantastic stick. Asmar commercial where. I was riveted and was I think a car but I was riveted by her really. I mean it really makes it makes you it draws you in and makes you because you like. What the hell are they saying anything? Get on this because Terry was talking into Youtube. So wait does Terry very good hearing I do I do I can hear. Somebody's watch. Ticking across the room and it drives me insane. Well if you don't tell me okay because yes then you'll start hearing and and move on. Do you hear them sniffing. And you're like okay but like I can hear the electronics in a room. You know what I mean like that drives me crazy thing also also ahead this before that but how can you sit there and listen to people. Chewing is my point. I mean I tried to block out as much of other people's noises as possible. You know Yeah I don't know I'm just saying he didn't like my chewing so I was trying to chew. I tried to crunch like quietly and it just ruins my whole snacks so I stopped eating in the bed. I we'll do it in the movie theater but also fit like in our movie theater but I'll sit like a seed apart from him down of you eating the pop. Leave your purse Ore I pick a different snack. Quite frankly you're listening to heather dubrow world. Well well. I know you've got a list. You'RE GONNA check it twice and there's GonNa.

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"nataly" Discussed on The 43 Percent

The 43 Percent

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"nataly" Discussed on The 43 Percent

"So the first one is be kind to yourself beating yourself up just waste energy treat yourself with compassion and use that energy to do better give your best effort. Your job is to give your best effort to anything you do. Leave the job of judging the outcome of your efforts to someone else forget perfection. You'll you'll never reach. It doesn't exist aim to be better than you were before. Share your struggles your struggles. Don't make you weak. They make you courageously human and they give people who i love you the gift of being able to help and share their own and the last thing that says at the bottom of pages. You're being doing our gosh. I love. I love that it was a really powerful exercise. 'cause i approach this like. What are the things that i wish i had heard a fifteen. It's so valuable and helpful so thank you for sharing today. Today i appreciate the that's it for this time but we'll be back next week for another conversation with another inspiring woman if you could take just a minute to rate and review the podcast where every year listening i'd really appreciate it. Thank you so much for taking time out of your day eight to hear these stories. The forty-three percent is produced by me. Claudia reuter cynthia pinto and the whole team at wonder media network our our executive producer is jenny kaplan and our music is from martin wissembourg. You can find the forty-three percent wherever you listen to podcasts and on our website at the forty thirty three percent dot com. Thanks again for listening and have an awesome week..

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"nataly" Discussed on The 43 Percent

The 43 Percent

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"nataly" Discussed on The 43 Percent

"Then avi my husband cooked he doesn't really he cleans and does a ton of other stuff but it doesn't usually cook and my daughter they sent me a photo of what he cooked and i was like oh my god so what are you guys need me for and mia replied your be and it was all in jest but actually there was all that debt too because i actually there's a part of me. That's like oh my god if i'm not cooking am i really like a great mom or wife like for real quality and so i've worked for me. It's not the cooking thing. If if it was i i don't i'd be off the radar in terms of failing such a takeout kind of person but i do i over. I have a tendency to overwork because for for some of the reasons you just described i will. I will feel like if i'm still for too long but i'm not providing value. Yeah i get it so that's uh-huh in so many different things i guess <hes> but <hes> yeah no i it's it's so fascinating to hear her be able to articulate that at this age that she's at and in your you talked about how sometimes you wish or regret that you weren't in that more lucrative field that you could be providing for your parents at this stage of life but would you ever want want your dog. I mean i can't imagine putting that expectation on your daughter. The one that you put on yourself ever and my parents doing how the expectation myself in fact like i uttered this like a a couple of times to them and you should see my dad. He goes ballistic. He's like you are insane as if i would ever take your money like you're like there's no expectation of this. It's a self created. Its desire like they've gone to hell and i wanna make their life brighter <hes> but it's zero expectation nation from them like i just wanna be clear about that..

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"nataly" Discussed on The 43 Percent

The 43 Percent

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"nataly" Discussed on The 43 Percent

"Said jay. This is natalie the hundred fifty percents woman. Can i have my job. He said yes. The office has been waiting. I knew you'd come back and that's how i became a managing director venture capital firm. It's so helpful to hear because as you i i think leadership i think some people develop leadership skills and people who are naturally leader continue to evolve. I think it's obvious that you're you fall into the natural camp who continues continues to evolve and so it's i think it's really helpful to hear some of those perspectives. I was wondering if you win it might because you have a daughter now who is almost fifteen fifteen which is not too far off from the age when you guys were in the process of immigration and go into into refugee cans. Do you mind sharing a little bit about your experience like think. Most people don't know what it's like. Refugee camp or an experience as like <hes> we hear news stories now some horrific summer not in do you mind sharing a little been about what your actual experience like. What was your experience like as early teenager. Yes no totally. I'm so glad you bring up mia so yeah. We actually <hes> you know. We're really close. I mean she's a teenager. She's a she's a great. I'm really like i'm proud of her. Humanity is what i tell her every day or as many times as i can remember <hes> <hes> but it's been a big theme. We've been talking about actually going back to russia and going back to the first time next month. It's thirty years this year that we loved and i haven't been back here and sent them back akber all going with my husband my daughter and my parents <hes> so it's we've been talking about this law with her that i like. I said me of this year. These he's two years our lives met. I met you in america like we became the same age and you know it's. I'm so grateful you ask because this is why i always start their even my keynotes strikes eireann happier. I teach skills of emotional health. Mike keynotes are about you know. We have a whole happier at work program. I do workshop with leaders. Women and i always start by sharing a little bit of my story back when i became an immigrant because i talk about being refugee. It's not an event and a life experience. I am still refugee. I'm still everything in my life is <hes> like you know. There's the exercise psychologist. It's call something like a war. If you were to describe yourself like a series of now what we'd be the first noun for me refugee comes before women before mom long before daughter before entrepreneur before leader before everything it is the core of my identity and so you know that the i the thing is and this is why i kind of turkey away was answering your question like it's crazy that right now what i do is i teach happiness as a skill and i go into companies and i do this in my book is called happier happier now because it was such <hes> the opposite experience right and you know i think thirteen you don't wanna move across the street. <hes> <hes> like familiarity is really important but for me you know so i i grew up my whole life. I knew where we're trying to leave. Jews were persecuted in russia but that was is quite different from actually like we were allowed to bring six suitcases. <hes> two per person was the regulation so my big stress at the time was that my parents said like i could not bring my stuffed animal..

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"nataly" Discussed on The 43 Percent

The 43 Percent

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"nataly" Discussed on The 43 Percent

"Here. I always say <hes> if you told me i don't know ten years ago that that i would find my life purpose focus at forty and that life purpose would be to teach millions of people and leaders and teams companies the science base skills so they can improve their emotional health and happiness and truly thrive. I would laugh you out of the room. I would do that for two reasons. First i never for most of my life was able forget happiness. I never was able to feel like content for even like a fleeting. Moment seems impossible to me. I was a huge optic and the second was that you know where i come from from. What i am doing now is completely foreign so i grew up in russia and the former soviet union and we emily ni- became refugees escape when i was thirteen thirteen years old <hes> with the goal of come into the united states and we're very lucky very grateful. We spent a couple of months in refugee in europe. That americans had setup than we got permission to come onto the u._s._o. Thirteen we landed in the projects outside of detroit on welfare and food stamps and very excited to have this opportunity to build a life career but also just completely overwhelmed and the reason i say that now you know just a share like how foreign the idea that this is what i would do would be. There's a great job. The russians are good at three things suffering <hes> making other suffer in complaining about suffering and the thing is it's only funny like if you haven't met my family malay's specially the women in my family <hes> my grandma who's now passed away. <hes> definitely holds the first spot. My mom is firmly in second place but i am very proudly third-place like suffering. You know where russian jews. I wake up every morning. We all have different natural happiness set point. Mine is really low like i wake up a warning and it's like oh my god aww nothing is going to work. I roll my god. Everyone's dying like all. I have to work at it and so you know i didn't come from a country or family that talked about happiness or emotional sal. You know your job in life was first of all to survive like i grew up as a fighter. Jews were persecuted in russia. Then i became an immigrant in imigrants to be a fighter so always like me against the world eating gritted out and my job was to you know be successful have a family take good care of my family like no one ever talked about this so i'm very unexpected place but i really did get there from here. <hes> and i think it's so this is why <unk> i go all the way back to thirteen because i really you know i mentor a lot of of younger women and professionals and it's never a straight line or even remotely straight direction you know after we came to the u._s. I had this. Mary firm hi dea that i was going to reach my american dream and become really happy if i was very successful like i'll be happy when which is a mindset many of us have <hes> <hes> became like my life's mantra and i did work very very hard and i did become successful. I ended up. I did learn english. Obviously as long as you can hear you know i went to work at mckinsey after college which is a really prestigious consulting firm which was really funny by the way <hes> because when retold <unk> i told link grandparents my grandparents my mom's parents came with us and i excitedly told them that i got a job at this prestigious firm. They looked at miss that oh my god. Did you not get into to graduate school. Because in russia you know especially the jews as a jew you hata like that was essential so so i went to mckinsey kinsey and <hes> that became n._b._a. On than i really wanted to get my hands dirty and start a paroled than i worked with a couple startups during the bust <hes> two thousand <hes> <hes> stress will be a lot at twenty six. I became a managing director at a venture capital firm in new york and i know i've talked about this. You know they're they're six percent on women in venture capital today. It's less employing a check just for one on fox. It's crazy so there. I was newly minted..

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"nataly" Discussed on Bridging Realities: An Accessible Astrology Podcast

Bridging Realities: An Accessible Astrology Podcast

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"nataly" Discussed on Bridging Realities: An Accessible Astrology Podcast

"It's like that kind of, in a child of right now, if one is really, really took you that could kind of pre easily down through this time. Because. The secure themselves. Of being authentic not judging themselves. Do you know anybody like this? I think we're always learning as just going to say fuck, an example, just gotten there, but there is opportunities to practice getting there and going inside of ourselves. And, and. And again, I think, disarming the origin story from the, the true path, right. Like, you know, I have your honest Taurus, and I do talk about my fucking chart and shit, which might be a bad thing. Sweetheart. Yeah. That is what you do. And that's the beauty of this heavenly divers will that we live into experience contrast. Yeah. To recognize the difference of who we are integrate, you know, who we are who were not that downs beautiful thing. And again they have. No. Knowing the reason for it right now, lightening up to the adventure of it right now is a heavenly thing to do. Well, let me bring it down to a less joyous thing, I was going to say sag man, I'm always gonna call you and people are going to know that about you. I've always called usage man. Sure. But, you know, I have your honest tourists and we all do. And, but I have a moon in Taurus, Nataly, and kyron interests Nataly and talked about that generation on the podcasts as well. Those are those of us who have a lot of trauma of around worth yet -solutely. Yeah. So money food self worth security, huge, huge, huge, huge, huge wound inside of the sole of my generation. Yeah. And inside of the sole of say the Chiron an areas generation is huge, huge wound around not being afraid to be seen chewing. Okay, so for and that's compound was your onison Scorpio, but I talked about these this generation for a lot because of the fear of the serial killers and all that shit. But anyway, but my generation, particularly it's just like it's hard to feel safe..

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"nataly" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"nataly" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

"But he did a shopping got I want Nick to go shopping and take pictures of shit and stories and be like do you want? This. Do you want this? And what about this? That's like a dream. Come true. Believe me. I don't think he'll do it all the time. But yeah, like, it was it was really nice in the moment. And does kind of like he doesn't like care what I wear, but like he he does he'll look at things and be like cute. I like that. That's so sweet. Like, I think it was kind of fun for him to like be like, oh, like this is this is I would like a girlfriend to where this. Yeah. You like this? I put a lot of listening. I mean, maybe I'm wrong. But I think they would probably they probably would be fun to like have girlfriend shop for maybe. I don't know. I mean as as girl, my dream is to like, my dream was always to have like a guy to shop for then, you know, I do I get to a little bit. But but Nick really likes to pick out stuff on his own. He doesn't really like. So if. Shopping. I'm scared to give it to him. It's not as fun. You know, because he's like he's like, I don't want to shirts. Don't give me shirts. You know? It's funny because the stereotype is usually the other way around the stereotype is like women like getting the clothes for the guys. Like, we have the fashion sense Nataly into us. Ian is the same way. He doesn't want you to get stuff. He also well in it's hard to get size down. You know? Yeah. So he likes to try things on that makes sense. I just yeah. Yeah. I wanna just like by the you know, the other day we were getting ready for like a wedding or something. And I was like, oh where where are these shoes? And it goes like, no, I don't wanna wear those shoes. And I was like whether shoes and he was like those shoes. Look good at the F. And he's like, no, I was like you're taking away my job. I was like my job as a wife is to like is to like get to like pick out, your fashion and make you look good. And groom you like I love picking hairs out of his moles. Is that what you're that's a little weird. You know, what it's like my favorite thing to do in the world. I like that about you another life. I was like a monkey that just basically that just like, you know, like my favorite job as a monkey was to like pick the ticks out of like the back hairs. Of my monkey soulmate Nick doesn't like when you do that. I feel like it depends. He used to a lot more doesn't feel good. Having heard hurts. But I really enjoy it. I just like grooming him in general like with anything that is very monkey like. Yeah, I'm monkey. I am a monkey love that. So this week we learned that Laura's kind of monkey and ends my personal shopper. Yeah. Exactly. And maybe let's you know in the next week. Let's make a goal to try to like to like try each other's which. Yeah, I'm gonna send some pictures and have Nikko shopping for me at all be a monkey and I'll take Lisette of ins head and just have lies now. But isn't that? What monkeys do? Yeah. Yeah. Oh, I guess I never thought about it on that note. We are going to jump into what's in the news. But first, let's take a quick sponsor break..

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"nataly" Discussed on The Insightful Astrology Podcast with Maria DeSimone

The Insightful Astrology Podcast with Maria DeSimone

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"nataly" Discussed on The Insightful Astrology Podcast with Maria DeSimone

"And obviously at the tail end of it when we get into next November and it hits the galactic center, and that should be very interesting for really opening things up in our lives. And extraordinary way. Do you have any thoughts on the galactic centre or do you want to move onto the aspects that you bidders going to make next year? Well, first of all, I just like to they about the galactic centre that I find it. Interesting that the galactic centre isn't Szeged arrays. From where we're it from where we are in the universe. Right. And and so it's important for people to remember. I really feel like there's going to be the that is true that that did it's twenty six degrees of side deteriorates from earth perspective, which of course, is where we are. So that's you know, that's the perspective that we have to deal with on a daily basis. So I it so what is the purpose of the galactic centre for us earthlings its expansion. It. Growing understand the vast -ness of the universe. But to also realize that, you know, all of that expansiveness that we feel is outside is is actually inside us as well. Great point because we are energy. We are the universe. We are connected to all of this. Yes. Yes. Yes. Love it. Okay. So now, and I'm sure you've written about this in your in your book. I wrote it last year. Yes. Okay. So now Jupiter going into Sagittarius and again for for you, guys listening. You know, Jupiter is not an isolation. He's he's dancing with other planets in the sky at various points next year, and some of the more significant cycles that you'd better will make while inside terrace is the fact that he will square Neptune and will. We'll also these dates for Jupiter square Neptune happen on January thirteenth again on June sixteenth and again on September twenty. I if I have my dates, correct? And so I call this an aspect of blind faith. I have this aspect Nataly in my birth chart. I have I have Jupiter in Pisces Nataly, it might twelfth house square Neptune inside your terriers in my eighth house. So I have this Nataly, I call this the aspect of blind, faith and idealism now, it can go and run on a muck, and you know, be a bit a bit difficult to ground. However squares are meant to be drivers..

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Asia, Singapore and Europe discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

02:11 min | 2 years ago

Asia, Singapore and Europe discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

"Asia pacific index retreated at the start of the session g to trade concerns about it's called back some of those previous losses to still try though in negative territory but only marginally so at this stage japanese shares just shutting up shop the nikkei two to five index has dropped into negative territory off by zero point one four percent the hang seng index also off bomas two tenths of one percent investors caused digesting the inclusion of two hundred and thirty four chinese ashares to mci's emerging markets indices over in asia treasuries have been slipping overnight the ten year treasury yields they're trading at two point eight six five percent role so looking of course at the opening of european cash trading when it comes to bonds will bring you any opening price as and when we get it just looking at the dollar this morning building on gains from yesterday the bloomberg dollar spot index higher by more than a tenth of one percent the euro on the back foot trading after one spot sixteen seventy four francine america's some of our top stories and let's start in italy populist parties will sweep to power nataly later today with a spending program that is a direct challenge to european union rules bloomberg's kevin costello has this report from rome career as a professor economics in rome and he has called for a debate on the euro common currency both in italy and in the rest of europe giuseppe kante a law professor will be the prime minister in the new populist government content and his cabinet ministers will be sworn in later today they are expected to challenge some of the key rules of the european union with higher spending and tax cuts in rome kevin castillo bloomberg daybreak europe upheaval to in spain where mariana roy heading for defeat in a vote of no confidence the parliament will vote later friday and opposition parties all joining forces against him the socialists have the backing of two antiestablishment groups and one catalan party another catiline group on the basque nash nationalists are also expected to vote against roy the prime minister says he won't resign now let's cross over to singapore where finnerty from.

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