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Biden signs executive order aimed at promoting voting rights

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01:16 min | 2 hrs ago

Biden signs executive order aimed at promoting voting rights

"At promoting voting rights. It directs government agencies to come up with proposals to leverage federal resource is to expand access to registration and voter participation. The order is being issued on the anniversary of the 1965 Bloody Sunday voting rights march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. Troy Public Radio's Kyle Gass, it reports the pandemic is making this year's annual commemoration a very different event when the Selma marchers crossed the bridge 56 years ago on their way to Montgomery to protest for voting rights. Cameras were there to document their savage beating by Alabama state troopers. Event organizer Drew Glover says streaming video on Selma jubilee dot com will allow viewers from around the world to join the struggle against racial injustice so that ideally, at the end of the event, people will not only have a greater understanding of the history but also a greater drive to get involved and make that change happen. Part of the ceremony honors civil rights leaders C T. Vivian, Joseph Lowery, Bruce Boynton and Georgia Congressman John Lewis, all of whom died in 2020. For NPR news. I'm Kyle Gass it in Montgomery,

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Senate passes $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill, House Democrats plan final approval Tuesday

NBC Meet the Press

02:07 min | 3 hrs ago

Senate passes $1.9 trillion Covid relief bill, House Democrats plan final approval Tuesday

"And now even as the case and death rates have fallen in the past two months new variants or threatening to produce a fourth way while governors are loosening restrictions. Prompting fears that spiking. The football too early here will lead do a new spike in cases but president biden and democrats are hoping their new one point nine trillion dollar. Bill will help blunt the pain of any new search. And keep this in mind with this bill which passed yesterday without any republican support. We have now thrown six trillion dollars in a year at this crisis beating the virus. This plan gives those families who are struggling the most the help and the breathing room. They need to get through this moment. It's a victory for the new president and for senate democrats is passed. The covid relief bill includes new money for testing contact tracing and education for state and local governments and expansion of unemployment benefits three hundred dollars a week through september six and the child tax credit and fourteen hundred dollar direct payments to many americans. The american rescue plan. We'll go down. As one of the most sweeping federal recovery efforts in history democrats stripped out a minimum wage increase that had passed the house after seven democrats and one independent who votes with them voted against. It means cinema. No we can no longer tolerate millions of our workers being unable to feed their families because they are working for starvation wages. The covid relief bill is widely popular. Seventy percent approve of president. Biden's handling of the pandemic including forty four percent of republicans despite that elected republicans have argued against it citing process. Every republican should vote against it and the reason why they completely cut us out of the process cost. Count me out for one point nine trillion dollar spin fist and arguing. The economy is already strong enough or has already shut for a roaring recovery this week two more republican governors announced an end to mask mandates and they allow businesses to reopen at one hundred percent capacity. Every texan knows what to do right now. They don't need to step state mandate to tell them what to do.

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Italian prosecutor seeks life for US men charged with murder

WBZ Morning News

00:44 sec | 4 hrs ago

Italian prosecutor seeks life for US men charged with murder

"Italian prosecutor seeking life in prison for two California man charged with killing An Italian police officer in Rome and Italian prosecutor asked the court here in Rome to find 21 year old Finnegan, Lee elder and 20 year old Gabriel. Metallic core is guilty of murder and to impose at least Maximum sentence. Life in prison. The two young Californians have been standing trial for the stabbing death of Rome police officer Mario Chips Talladega in the summer of 2019. They were on vacation here in Rome when they were confronted by a pair of plainclothes officers after their attempt to buy drugs went wrong. Last week, Elder told the court he didn't know regular was a cop and stabbed him in self defense. When would I get jumped him? Meghan Williams. ABC NEWS

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Bloody Sunday memorial to honor late civil rights giants

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 5 hrs ago

Bloody Sunday memorial to honor late civil rights giants

"Event in the civil rights movement. Today marks 56 years since the marches and bloody Sunday when more than 500 demonstrators gathered on March 7th 1965, demanding the right for black people to vote and cross Selma's Edmund Pettus Bridge as protesters were met by dozens of state troopers and violence that was broadcast for all to see a national television. Becoming a symbol of racism across the deep south that later led Martin Luther King Jr to March from Selma to the state Capitol in Montgomery and eventually led Congress to pass the Voting Rights Act of 1965. This year's Selma Bridge crossing Jubilee, largely virtual this year because of the Corona virus pandemic That was Fox's Jeff

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Italian prosecutor seeks life for US men charged with murder

ABC Perspective

00:39 sec | 5 hrs ago

Italian prosecutor seeks life for US men charged with murder

"Prosecutor requested life in prison for two young men from California charged with killing an Italian cop and robe and Italian prosecutor asked a court here in Rome to find 21 year old Finnegan, Lee elder and 20 year old Gabriel. Metallic core is guilty of murder and to impose Italy's maximum sentence life in prison. Two young Californians have been standing trial for the stabbing death of Rome Police Officer Mario Check Talladega in the summer of 2019. They were on vacation here in Rome when they were confronted by a pair of plainclothes officers after their attempt to buy drugs went wrong. Last week, Elder told the court he didn't know regular was a cop and stabbed him in self defense. When would I get jumped him?

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Another former Cuomo aide accuses him of harassment

WBZ Morning News

00:31 sec | 5 hrs ago

Another former Cuomo aide accuses him of harassment

"Former staffer, accusing New York governor Andrew Cuomo. Sexual harassment. The latest accusations are 21 years old. The latest accuser is Karen Hinton, who later served as mayor. De Blasio's press secretary. Hinton tells the Washington Post Back in 2000. She was a press aide for the governor at HUD. He summoned her to a hotel room, according to her. Hold her towards him and held her. She's Diana Rocco reporting in all now five women have leveled accusations against Cuomo

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The Real World (MM #3637)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 hrs ago

The Real World (MM #3637)

"The minute with kevin mason Cbs has retooled their all access app and turn it into paramount. Plus it's the latest entry into the world of app based television. Nbc's peacock now. they've got paramount. Plus in addition to your netflix hulu but the one thing that kind of piqued my interest was the promotion for the return of the real world. A show which. I never really watched on television back in the mtv days. Because i was a little bit too old for that but it is the first reality based tv show going back to about nineteen ninety two and they're reuniting the initial cast the real world new york cast from season. One back again. Twenty nine years later. What i didn't realize is the real world ran on television from nineteen ninety-two twenty seventeen and it really is the grandfather of reality. Tv shows if we didn't have the real world we wouldn't have had the kardashians my wife who's younger than me. She watched the first couple of seasons of the real world. She knows those characters. Well she watch. It wouldn't surprise me what rattled me more. It was twenty nine years ago. I've been around that long. That's the scary part.

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The Real World (MM #3637)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 hrs ago

The Real World (MM #3637)

"The minute with kevin mason Cbs has retooled their all access app and turn it into paramount. Plus it's the latest entry into the world of app based television. Nbc's peacock now. they've got paramount. Plus in addition to your netflix hulu but the one thing that kind of piqued my interest was the promotion for the return of the real world. A show which. I never really watched on television back in the mtv days. Because i was a little bit too old for that but it is the first reality based tv show going back to about nineteen ninety two and they're reuniting the initial cast the real world new york cast from season. One back again. Twenty nine years later. What i didn't realize is the real world ran on television from nineteen ninety-two twenty seventeen and it really is the grandfather of reality. Tv shows if we didn't have the real world we wouldn't have had the kardashians my wife who's younger than me. She watched the first couple of seasons of the real world. She knows those characters. Well she watch. It wouldn't surprise me what rattled me more. It was twenty nine years ago. I've been around that long. That's the scary part.

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Ohio college student in critical condition after alleged hazing incident

Town Hall Ohio

00:39 sec | 6 hrs ago

Ohio college student in critical condition after alleged hazing incident

"A college student in Ohio was in critical condition after an alleged hazing incident involving alcohol 20 year old stone faults of Delaware County, A student at Bowling Green State University, was placed on life support, the Columbus dispatch reports. That the 2019 graduate of Buckeye Valley High School was hospitalized early Friday, allegedly after a hazing incident at the Pi Kappa Alfa International fraternity at B G. An attorney for the family says the teen was at a frat event off campus where he was given quote a copious amount of alcohol. The dispatch reports that the fraternity has been suspended. The team's family is in the process of donating the teens

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US gives hope to previously denied asylum seekers in camp

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 6 hrs ago

US gives hope to previously denied asylum seekers in camp

"Some previously denied asylum seekers in a Mexican border camper getting fresh hope of entering the U. S. They were told that the U. S government may reopen their cases and they would eventually be able to enter the US to wait out the asylum process. This came is Mexican authorities work to close the improvised camp across from Brownsville, Texas, that is housed thousands of asylum seekers over the more than two years it existed. Last month Abide administration began processing asylum seekers who had been forced to wait in Mexico during the administration of former

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Washington, DC area marks 1 year of coronavirus

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 6 hrs ago

Washington, DC area marks 1 year of coronavirus

"Law Today marks one year since the first cases of covert were reported in Virginia and DC, Maryland marked its one year anniversary. On Friday as we continue our coverage of covert 19 1. Year later, our Mike Murillo takes a look back with America's best known infectious disease expert who talks about what surprised him the most about the coronavirus. It's a very unusual virus, the likes of something Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says he's never seen before. Most puzzling was that despite the extraordinary destructive nature of this virus, a substantial proportion a third to maybe 40% of people Have no symptoms at all, he says. When people not outwardly sick or causing the spread, then makes it extremely difficult to do the kind of contact tracing that you traditionally do, he says. Before this, most respiratory illnesses were spread by people who were

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Philadelphia Cops ID Suspect in Hit-and-Run That Killed 60-Year-Old Man

KYW 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 7 hrs ago

Philadelphia Cops ID Suspect in Hit-and-Run That Killed 60-Year-Old Man

"Philadelphia Police are identifying the man they say hit and killed a 60 year old deaf man with his car last week and left him for dead, investigators say 44 year old Edward Prince Was at the wheel of a dark blue SUV Wednesday night that struck Roberto Valez while he was crossing the street at second and Ontario Prince also uses the name Jameel Smith, according to a police spokeswoman. Francis wanted on charges of vehicular homicide, involuntary manslaughter and other charges. Police are asking anyone with information to call to 15686 tips or dial

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Fauci Warns Coronavirus Cases Could Spike as States Ease Restrictions

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:57 sec | 7 hrs ago

Fauci Warns Coronavirus Cases Could Spike as States Ease Restrictions

"More states. Reason. Coronavirus restrictions Arizona, California and South Carolina relaxed at least some of their restrictions Friday. South Carolina no longer has a statewide mask mandate. Arizona ended restrictions on capacity and businesses, while California is letting its theme parks reopen. Still, health experts warn the risk is not over and of states go too far too soon, it could lead to another surge of covert 19 cases. Most Americans say they either have or plan on getting the covert 19 vaccine. Jim Forbes has more, a Pew research survey found. 69% of Americans have either gotten a vaccine shot or say they definitely or probably will, infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci says. Vast majority of people need to get vaccinated to stop the virus from spreading. He continued to say that combining the availability of the vaccine with the reduction in case numbers, the country could be closer to getting back to normal. Later this year.

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Philadelphia Cops ID Suspect in Hit-and-Run That Killed 60-Year-Old Man

KYW 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 8 hrs ago

Philadelphia Cops ID Suspect in Hit-and-Run That Killed 60-Year-Old Man

"They say hit and killed a 60 year old death man with his car last week and took off, police say 44 year old Edward Prince was at the wheel of a dark blue SUV Wednesday night when he struck Roberto Valez while crossing the street. It's second and Ontario Prints also uses the name Jameel Smith, according to a police spokeswoman. Prince is wanted on charges of vehicular homicide, involuntary manslaughter and other things. Police ask anyone with information to call to 15686 tips or dial 911. Two Children are in

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Pope Francis and Iraq's top Shiite cleric hold historic meeting

News, Traffic and Weather

00:49 sec | 13 hrs ago

Pope Francis and Iraq's top Shiite cleric hold historic meeting

"Francis is on day two of his historic visit to Iraq. Meeting with the nation's top Shia Muslim cleric and visiting an important religious site. ABC senior foreign correspondent in panel is in Iraq with the details Pope Francis on a historic pilgrimage to the birthplace of Abraham. Father of Christianity, Judaism and Islam. It's the first time any pope's being to Iraq and it's a high risk trip, the country wracked by years of war and sectarian violence that's targeted Christians and other minorities, the country still reeling from the terror of Isis. Earlier this morning, Francis traveled to the holy city of Najaf on Don't almost unthinkable closed door meeting between the head of the Catholic Church on one of the most powerful figures in sheer Islam, Grand Ayatollah Ali al

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California OKs reopening of ball parks, Disneyland

Jan D'Atri Show

00:33 sec | 19 hrs ago

California OKs reopening of ball parks, Disneyland

"Excited because Southern California says they're going to open up their theme parks in April. Ella in Orange County is home to some of Southern California's biggest theme parks are on the verge of entering California's red here, And when they do, the state announcing theme parks will be allowed to reopen for the first time here in just shy Have a year. That's big news here. So many jobs, air impacted capacity will be limited at first. Also, major league Baseball will be able to have crowds again 20% of capacity but real fans in the stands.

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Myanmar faces more protests after U.N. envoy urges action

Weekend Edition Saturday

04:08 min | 1 d ago

Myanmar faces more protests after U.N. envoy urges action

"Protests continue across Myanmar more than a month after the military took control there. The military has responded to those protests with tear gas, rubber bullets, stun grenades and live bullets more than 50 people have died. Reuters reports that protesters have begun to string up women's clothing on lines across the streets to try to slow down police and soldiers. Security forces have arrested more than 1000 people. Including man Marsh, civilian leader on some sushi she has had to trial appearances. Both have been closed to the public and Attorney has not been able to meet with her since her arrest. That attorney is Ken Mang Jaw. He joins us now from Myanmar. Thanks so much for being with us. Yes, Yes. Thanks. How do you represent a client that you haven't been able to meet with? It's a must that I have to meet with her because we're doing that client and the lawyer. There must be a private meeting to give constructions like this. If the intensity my clan doesn't have that chance, there will be injustice. What do you make of the charges? Because I read them through. And they seem to boil down to the fact that she had six walkie talkies. Yes, we'll lose six walkie doggies found in our residents when the police raided there she was charged for illegally in boarding those six countries. And this again charge is for breaching the instructions on the communications concerning with those six walkie talkies. Why is it against the law to use the walkie talkie in Myanmar? This new specific regulations about rocky doggies? But if someone use and Elektronik applies is that bus and must apply for that instrument? As I'm sure I don't have to tell you on some sushi has been under a lot of criticism, of course in the West and at home because of her silence on the massacre of the Rohingya people. How is she viewed in Myanmar today? At this moment, she is the victim off the middle. She use a vision off power. That's why I have to stand for her. And moved off the people in a country stand for her. I understand. You served nine years in prison under the previous military regime. Yes. May I ask, sir? Do you feel safe now? I don't feel safe. But it's my duty to stand for dogs and city and also for the students and demonstrators that has bean put on trial representing for them. Yeah. Do you believe that Anson Souci can receive a fair trial? On Santa Jesus. No chance Fed fire. He cannot get legal assistance hey, is now kept in communicator. He can not get open trial. But as a lawyer I have to trust that judicially so I am hoping for the best, but I prepare for the worst. And the worst would be more violence. Maybe maybe Do you think the trial will bring more people out in public to protest in the military will crack down again. There's a possibility for this. What would you like people in the United States to know. Today the United States is in the full friend off liberty and democracy. Then government of the United States, together with its people help and assist in always, it means to regain our democratic ways and it was elected the government. In Monk's are is the attorney representing Myanmar civilian leader Ahn sang sushi or trial is scheduled to resume March 15 Qinglong, Joe. Thanks very much for being with us.

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1,700 COVID-19 cases, 25 additional deaths reported in Mass.

WBZ Morning News

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

1,700 COVID-19 cases, 25 additional deaths reported in Mass.

"Cities radiate continued to see positive signs in the fight against the Corona virus pandemic in Massachusetts. Latest daily numbers from the Department of Public Health Say about 1700 new covert cases 25 additional deaths, but that 25 deaths number that's the lowest daily count. All year. The seven day average positivity rate 1.8% 716 people hospitalized with covert 180 patients are in intensive care, and it's estimated now that there are about 27,000 active covert cases statewide, that number was much higher. Just a

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"new year" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

StarTalk Radio

02:10 min | 2 months ago

"new year" Discussed on StarTalk Radio

"Like with the flat in the buttons on the back. Oh god it's amazing same science. It's oh god who taught science school. The best kids would never ever get turned off. I why do we start talking about methane talking about his fears. Methane right and methane is only flammable. If it's in the presence of oxygen so so people worried that the spacecraft would ignite the entire atmosphere of titan. 'cause we landed there Europe had approved atlanta. They're called huggins and but not not a problem. But any so you can live in a moon that orbits these planets provided it's been warmed by this title for us because we need a source of energy for our own metabolism and got to figure out you know is a plant life as an animal life maybe these oceans in europa have fishes swimming in them. All right so you can go ice fishing there. That could be fun. so so. that's a new opening of the goldilocks zone that we previously hadn't considered when we were restricting our search for just that golden distance from the host star so in terms of the gas china itself without a surface to walk on and with the Plus and if you did have surface the gravity is very high. So i can't think of i can't. I cannot endorse any urges to live in the atmosphere of a gas trying because most of their masses in the form of gas Wow look at that. that's amazing. Yeah so chuck. I think we have to end it there. That went fast. That was like some fun questions. Just to begin the new year and So chuck happy and healthy new year for you and your family. Thank you same to you. My friend yeah. I'm just trying to keep the universe that bring the universe. China bring universe down to earth for whoever will. Listen you go all right. I need grab tyson bidding all of you happy new year..

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"new year" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

03:37 min | 2 months ago

"new year" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Only worry about things that you have control over. What if twenty twenty one is in better will then we try to make it better. I mean we're all accustomed to this new lifestyle so it's like let's just try to make the most of the year you know. We got knocked down left and right this year but now we can use the tools that we've learned in twenty twenty in twenty twenty one to make it a good year no matter what happens. We're all tough now. I think we're gonna make think this year is going to be much better. Somebody said how do you prevent making the same mistakes year after year. I think a big. It's really important to document what is like it's important to. I think it helps a lot to document what mistakes you don't wanna make again in. Make it something that solid in your brain because they feel like everything in your mind is so scattered until you either. Put it down on paper or type it all out imprinted out or whatever but like physically putting out into the world. What you want to change is so important because things get lost in your own mind you forget but if you have a piece of paper somewhere that says i want to stop having bad relationships with my family. Okay i want to. That was so not a good example. But like i want to put more effort into my relationships with my family members because i'm not putting enough effort in and it's making them suffer or saying i want to have a better relationship with food or i want to Spend more time by myself. And really figure out who i am or i want to remove toxic people from my life in stop enabling them blah blah blah blah blah blah blah. Having those things written down on paper plants a seed. That just can't do. I don't know what the psychology of that is but write it down. Get it down on paper somewhere. I can't stress enough. How important that is. And i know that using paper and stuff like that is very old fashioned but let me tell you. It makes a huge difference anyway all well. I hope you're having an amazing new year's eve if you're listening to this on new year's eve if not i hope you're having a wonderful day. Thank you guys for listening. I love you so much tweet at me at. Ag podcast if you want to participate in the episodes ask questions whatever at ag podcast on twitter also lead us five stars an apple podcasts. That really helps me know that you guys are messing with the pod and that you fuck with it I really appreciate all of you in all of your support. This whole year It's almost the one year anniversary of anything goes which is very exciting. So thank you for listening throughout the year and hanging out with me and letting me to spill my guts out in front of all of you and if you have any things you want me to talk about in twenty twenty one again tweet at me and i'll get to it. I love you all so much. Have an amazing day in happy new year this new year. Absolutely bad ass awesome. I believe in us. I think it's going to be a really good year. I love you all bye bye..

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"new year" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

06:04 min | 2 months ago

"new year" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Because i try to make it that way i shit will happen. That sucks painful. things happen. exciting things happen. Whatever but i'm no matter how much i'm struggling. I try to make every year better than the last by lake. Learning as much as i can every year in a way so that i look back at myself a year ago and i'm like wow i have so much more ship figured out then i did back then and i think that if i look at life like that then it's exciting to think that in a year i'm going to have life even a little bit more figured out by then and by figured out i mean just having a better understanding about how to have a good life you know. For example. a year ago my self esteem was really bad. Because i just didn't. I didn't have a gauge of my own self worth this year. I worked on that a lot in now. Although i still struggle at times i have such a better view of my own self worth and that improves my life. I think that with age comes wisdom and that can actually be comforting like the more wisdom and knowledge that i gain as i grow up. Actually improves my life. Because it makes me a better person and other people's lives. It makes my own day to day life better. Because i have more tools to live life on a day-to-day basis. So i try to look at growing up like that like every year that passes. I'm just gaining more tools to live a better life in may and you know living more experiences. That will help me form into who i am. You know so. It's like i try to look at it like that. Also you know becoming an adult and starting a family is something that i'm actually excited about. I'm in absolutely no rush. But i'm also like not afraid of the idea of like starting a family and you know all that or even you know being fifty in like just kind of like settling down in away. I'm not super afraid of that. I think that life can be very much fun even at that time too but it is about what you make of it some said. Do you ever feel kind of sad about ending a year when it's been a really good one even though it of course doesn't necessarily mean that the good times will end. I've never felt like this. Because i feel like that's exactly right. The good times don't need to end I actually had a really. I mean honestly. This year was really tough but i also do feel like i had a lot of really good memories and i met some really great people this year. That have changed my life forever and like things like that are so valuable to me that it is crazy to think this year's ending and those things will happen during this year but at the same time. Like if you really look at the big picture of it it's like it's just a new month. It's really like nothing really changes you know. Life doesn't change when the new year starts. It's kind of more of symbol of like another year around the sun. But that's really about it. It doesn't really mean that much. You know so. I don't really get sad about it because i'm like wow you know i'm getting style jake about it but i don't really get sad because i'm like well. Here's to a new year where new things are going to happen. That are great. You know because in every single year there's good and there's bad so even if a year is predominantly good that doesn't mean that the next year is gonna be bad. You know what i mean. It doesn't really mean anything somebody said. Is it okay to not really care about the resolution. Slash a new start absolutely. That's totally up to you. You don't need to care about anything you don't want to care about period if you don't wanna make a new year's resolution if you don't really even want to think of a new year as a new year then don't like it doesn't that's totally up to you. It's not bad it's not negative. I think that a lot of people use the new year as a positive thing. And if that's how your mind works great but if not like there's no difference like i it doesn't you don't need to feel guilty about just maybe not seeing the new years like majority of other people you know. That's just totally up to you. Somebody said do you think that leaving. Twenty twenty in the past in moving into new year may improve people's mental state. I think yes. Because i think that this year is going to be great. I think twenty twenty one going to be great. I know there's no in no right. But i think it'd be pretty hard to have a worse year Then what we had just as a as a planet when it comes to personal people's personal lives. God only knows i mean you know shit happens every year to individuals. That's awful but i would say just as a collective we all had a bad year ads of the world. We had a tough year. And i think that starting fresh is definitely going to be a good feeling. I think that things are going to start to return to normal this year. And i think that that's going to be really exciting and i think that people are going to come together and a lot of fun is to be had at least. That's the way i'm looking at it. Somebody said what if twenty twenty one isn't better. Well i always try not to. What if entrust me. I do it a lot because my anxiety tends to present itself in what ifs but what everybody always tells me is if you're saying what if and that means you don't really have control over it and you can't really waste your time worrying about things that you don't have control over trust me. It's very easy to do. And i do it a lot but.

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"new year" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

04:55 min | 2 months ago

"new year" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"And that's okay but awesome and mature and just a great way to look at relationships and friendships. Not just being like. oh well. i'm perfect. How is everybody else treating me realizing why other people are treating you how you're being treated if somebody doesn't really give you the time of day when you tax them. Think about okay. Well how much do i texas person you know. Do i text them a lot. And do i like keep up with their shared a lot. Yes okay well then. Maybe this isn't a good friend for me or this person doesn't respond to my text very often but also i don't really respond to their text either so i can't really say anything you know like if i want more from this person i'm going to need to put in more like realizing that you're not the only person in these relationships is very important. Somebody said i want to improve my style and where good outfits everyday especially because it's been so long since i've had to wake up every day and get ready for school. I love this goal too. Because i actually kind of agree. I like that. this was actually. This might have been my resolution last year. Was like really get ready and like have fun with it. You know. I tend to be somebody. Like really is fine with wearing sweatpants every day. I really don't have an issue with it. I will never. I would never get ready again. If it was up to me but at the same time i do feel good when i do it and i enjoy it and i enjoy the process of it. I enjoy picking out off. It's i enjoy putting on makeup and doing my hair. I just don't do it. Because i'm lazy but i enjoy it once. I've done it. So why not and. I think that's a great goal to because it's very attainable. Like anybody can put a little bit more effort into their daily outfit. But i also think that by me putting a little bit more effort into my alvis here. I think my style has evolved a lot. And i think that's exciting. You know having more fun with clothes and makeup i. I honestly have gotten fifty times better at makeup this year. Because i've kind of made it a priority to get ready for the day every once in a while and i feel like my makeup skills and clothing. Sales have improved. It's also fun. Like if you like clothes and makeup and you know hair and all that. It's a really great hobby. I don't think people usually look at clothes and makeup and stuff like that as a hobby. It's more like okay. Well this is just something. I do every day to like. Look put together but you can actually turn it into something so creative and it honestly is a hobby. I would consider clothes and makeup and getting ready as one of my hobbies. Because i feel like actually put thought into it. You know it's not like i'm just putting on clothes and makeup for convenience and for like necessite out of necessity. Because i enjoy doing it. And so that's a really fun hobby to pick up. Somebody said yoga and meditation. This is great too because this is something that is good for your mental health. You can make a goal. Like i wanna do it once a week to start you could definitely i think almost everybody in this world could fit that in to their schedule. That's actually a tip for new year's resolutions don't start out like i'm no workout. Everyday of the week started out with like one day a week and then you can up it to two days a week and then three and then maybe you stay at three for six months and then you're like you know what i want to start working out four days a week because i'm really liking this. You know like in or if you wanna start getting ready for the day every day but right now you don't get ready ever start getting ready once a week. Maybe once every few days you know what i mean and then you just like ease into it. Don't rush into stuff. There's just big picture. Wise start out slow. It ends up working a lot better. Same thing goes for relationships. But anyways said i wanna read at least ten minutes a day again. A good small goal to start with ten minutes a day. Most people can fit that in replaced ten minutes of talk time with ten minutes of book. That sounds great. I wish i could do the same. I just don't like reading to a point where like. I don't even think i could do that. Because i just rigged genuinely hate reading but i love the idea of doing ten minutes a day because i feel like that's so again attainable. Also you could even do ten minutes of journaling ten minutes. I think that's a good near resolution coming up with something that you can do ten minutes a day. That's positive for you. Yoga meditation breeding Journaling something like that for ten minutes a day. That could make a huge difference. Now let's start getting into some questions somebody asked me. Are you scared of getting older. And going into new year's we kind of touched on this earlier. I'm not scared. Because i think that every year of my life has been better than the last.

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"new year" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

06:08 min | 2 months ago

"new year" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Really genuinely don't practice gratitude and i don't know why that is but i really don't. I'm very grateful for so many things. But it's never like a conscious thought. And i think that figuring out a way to either journal about what i'm grateful for everyday dh somehow making that more part of my life. I think that's a really good thing to do. And i think that could be really important. So i'm gonna actually dropped that one too. I think that's a really great one haven't even thought about that and as for cooking more vegetarian meals. Yes i agree. I'm going to be doing the same. Somebody said to better my mental health in lose weight to make myself feel better. Okay i am talking about this one because of the second part which is losing weight to make myself feel better. I have a suggestion and the suggestion is to maybe reword this for your own wellbeing okay because losing weight is not the right way to look at making a better and healthier lifestyle. Losing weight is a very double edged sword. Because yes maybe if you like it that while maybe living a healthier lifestyle you may lose weight but that shouldn't be what it's about the goal when somebody says that they want to lose weight usually. It's because they want to look a certain way. I don't think that that's a good way to look at adopting a healthier lifestyle. I think the way that maybe you could phrase this in your own mind is i wanna live a healthier lifestyle so that i can be as healthy as they possibly can be and i want to be as strong as i can be but not about losing weight right because i think the problem is when people make the goal to lose weight you start to get obsessed with the number on the scale and your lifestyle might even become more unhealthy than it was when how you were when you started because now you're obsessing over food you're may be counting calories your you know excessively working out you know in maybe you will go about it in a healthy way but i think it's really hard these days because there's so much emphasis on diet culture and so much emphasis on all this shit and i just think that that can be really damaging for your own mental health so i think if you look at it in a way where i want to make my life healthy i wanna make my life style healthier. I think that's a better goal then to make your goal to wait because if you think about weight as a concept it's just the number on the scale but you could start living a healthier lifestyle and gain weight because you're gaining muscle because you're exercising and you're eating more protein. Rich foods may be in. So you're gaining muscle that might make you actually gain weight but you could be at the healthiest point that you've ever been before so that's why. I think it's not as good to look at wait as the goal and i think that in some situations it it's just i just don't think you should be focusing on weight. I just don't think so but you did say something about bettering your mental health. Obviously that's always a great goal to have but also remember to be easy on yourself because mental health is sometimes out of our control. And so there's going to be dips. There's going to be moments in high moments with improving your mental health. So be easy on yourself with that process next. Somebody said i wanna become more social and to honestly just gain my social skills back. I feel you pretty hard. Because i like. I'm not. I'm kinda kinda lost all of that so i totally feel you there but also the good part is everybody lost their social skills. So we're all going to kind of be at an. It's kinda like a net neutral. Were all antisocial now. So it's going to be a lot easier because we're all going to be bouncing back together. Anyway somebody said to have hobbies. Love that i agree. Somebody said stop being lazy. I just want to get things done. But i also wanna be easy on myself. See this is great. I like this because you said that. You wanna be easy on yourself. that's perfect. I think that the thing with new year's resolutions is to remember. Just because it's you know you might have days where it's not going your way but remembering that that's normal and that that's okay and not giving up just because you know it's not going your way for a week like it's you have to look at big picture when you make goals for yourself. It might be a slow and steady process. But that's part of it. You know somebody said. I wanna give people what they give me intrigue people how they treat me i need are making an effort with those who do the same but that can also mean backing off of people who don't put equal effort into our relationship. I think that's a really great goal to have only relationships in your life where the effort is mutual and being also aware of relationships they you're neglecting such a mature thing to do because it's really hard for human beings sometimes to look at themselves and look into themselves and be like okay. You know what. I'm actually being the shady friend. I'm actually not putting enough effort. And i'm not giving back into this friendship. It's actually really mature to realize that in. Sometimes that's okay like sometimes you just aren't as drawn to the friendship is other person.

"new year" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

06:17 min | 2 months ago

"new year" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"So that like really like was real. Do you know what i mean. It was like. I was just young and dumb at the time but it was like kind of wavering. We only dated for like no time but anyway it was new year's and we were it was just me and boyfriend at the time and literally we broke up on year's we and because we didn't get along that well like really like it was just like whatever but that memory was like so terrible because i remember it was like we should at least do something fun But we ended up just having a conversation not an argument but a conversation about not. Neither of us really liked each other anymore. We're just kind of like. And it was just a bummer. It was just like new year's eve. And then i remember the clock struck midnight. And there's all this chaos and like loud sounds and we're just like breaking up like so awful. So i started off new year's that year with the break-up but i wasn't really that sad about it wasn't like the kind of breakup where you're like broken about it. It was like mutual decision. Break up and i don't even it was like not bad like it was further better so but it was still kind of a bummer. 'cause they didn't even get a fucking new year's kiss that year because my new year's kiss and i were breaking up with each other But that's a very vivid memory for me Like imagine like literally being with your boyfriend at the time. I mean i guess it was like not really my boyfriend by the time the clock hate it was kind of over at that point but still i mean yeah i mean that's like so funny to me like me bitterly like not having my new year's case when i had a boyfriend like that's just such my luck to you know. I feel like this when breakup have happened for me in the past. It's like i remember one guy. I was dating. We broke up right before. Valentine's day like two days before valentine's day. Everybody like having these breakup right before holidays. That are supposed to be fun for couples so anyway kind of shady. but whatever. I've actually never do you know what's funny. I just realized. I've never had a boyfriend on valentine's day. We've always broken up. Which means i've never dated a guy for a whole year. I've never had a one year anniversary with a guy. We always are broken up around valentine's day so let's cute Maybe that could be my new year's resolution to finally have a valentine god anyway this year for new year's eve party whatever the fuck. I'm not doing anything. I'm going to lay in bed and watch a movie. I'm getting now. All of a sudden. I usually hate watching movies because my attention span is so bad but i i watched tenant it was a good movie and i feel like now. I'm gonna start getting new movies. So i'll probably watch a movie on new year's eve when the clock strikes might even honestly go to bed before the clock strikes midnight because new year's eve is on a thursday this year. And i go to bed pretty early on the weeknights. So i might even just go to bed But who knows kind of a relief that there's nothing going on this year because now i'm not going to be disappointed because i have no expectation for a good nears. I don't know why it has such track track record for everybody is being such a bad holiday. I don't know anyway i. It would only be right for me to share my new year's resolutions in then. I actually asked you guys on twitter to share some a year or so. I wanna react to some of yours and talk about them. My first one is to stop being hard on myself. I'm always really hard on myself. You guys know this is a normal human trait. But i'm gonna try to be easier on myself and realized that i'm a human pretty simple number to enjoy moments more while i'm in them kind of like what i talked about earlier. Stop pulling out the phone for everything. It's so stupid an unnecessary. It seems so obvious in mundane but really. I really want to try to do that. Number three less phone in general obvious but whatever for learn how to cook more and five get really good at drums. that's those are my new year's resolutions. Here's the thing. I've never been one for resolutions. Because i'm always like okay just like start like a resolution whenever you want you know what i mean like why. Wait until new years. But then i was looking at it this year and i was like emma. Why'd you need to be such a rebel about everything like why. Do you need to like rebel against everything like you. Just kind of enjoy something. Or like even enjoy the maybe corneas of something for once. Like yes. New year's resolutions usually don't come true. Yes new year's resolutions put like an unnecessary pressure on utilize. Change something about your life when you know if you haven't done it before why you gonna start doing it now like there's so many reasons why new year's resolutions are pointless but also it's not gonna kill you to make some resolutions and if one of them ends up coming true because you planted the seed in your own mind then that's a positive thing so i don't know why i've always been like no. I'm anti resolution who cares sure. Why not make a resolution. So that's why. I did it this year and also. Those are things that i would do anyway like those are. It's just kinda nice to remind yourself. Okay these are things that i wanna do it do. It doesn't hurt to plant those seeds for the new year I think the key is to just make goals that are attainable. You know what. I mean something that you actually think you can accomplish besides that fuck it like and even if they don't come true who cares you know whatever. Okay here are some your resolutions number one. Somebody said practice gratitude every day and also learn how to cook more vegetarian meals. I am going to add both of those while. Already kind of have cooking on my thing.

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"new year" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

06:31 min | 2 months ago

"new year" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"But about it later. But i'm also excited to be twenty. I'm not really afraid of being older to be on it like my dad is fifty-five in is having the most fun he's ever had in his whole life so i feel like it's kind of what you make it some not really worried about it. I am concerned about being very old. But i don't think i need to worry about that just yet. I think i have some time. So let's talk about what twenty twenty one for me. I mean an intense year of growth for me I can't even begin to explain. How much growth has happened to me. Year it's unbelievable. I think i did like five years of growing one year this year. Although i feel like i say that every year but it was really a reset for me in so many ways when i look back at myself a year ago i was in a really rough spot. I had really bad self esteem for one mainly because i was on a acne medication at the time that made my face really puffy and swollen and it also made my acne worse so those two things together made me very very insecure. My youtube content was totally suffering. I was super uninspired. Because i didn't want to be in front of the camera Because i i look like shit in my own opinion and so being in front of the camera was a nightmare. And i hated doing it because i felt like so ugly and so that just made everything suffer but i can gladly say a year later. I feel the complete opposite. I'm excited about making youtube videos. I've allowed of ideas. I've gotten a lot of cool opportunities work with a lot of great brands towards the end of the year With my videos which is always such a pleasure when i get to work with brands and you know whatever and so i just feel great. I feel really great about that. That's been a lot of growth self-esteem wise. I've struggled throughout the year. But i've also improved immensely. I mean i think like. I've found a lot of my own self worth and it was not easy and it took getting to a low point and making decisions in like doing things that weren't respectful towards myself took those lengths to realize that i needed to like make a change in my life and it was a up and down kind of battle but by the end of the year. Now where i'm sitting now. I feel like. I have a good gauge of my worth. Which is has almost never happened in. I'm not gonna lie. Could it's going to fluctuate for the remainder of my life. But like right now. In this moment. I feel better than i have probably ever and. That's huge and i'm very grateful for that. It wasn't an easy journey but this year definitely did that for me. There's just so much time for self reflection in so much time to like really dig into your brain and it was uncomfortable and it was painful and it got to a point where it was a little bit too much. I think at one point but at the end of the day i was forced to do the dirty work with in my own mind. I was forced to do some spring cleaning in my mind. And i worked through so much shit. I worked through a lot of trust issues this year just with like new experiences that my life has brought me has forced me to relearn the way i look at human beings and learning how to trust people again and shit like that. That's been crazy but also appreciating solitude and keeping a small circle and that's all been you know realizations that i've had this year. I think i used to really want to have a lot of friends and be accepted by everybody in whatever and now i'm like you know what i'm okay with with just having a handful of people that i love and trust and just kind of calling it a day i don't need to like be everywhere all at once. I don't need to be some sort of social butterfly. That doesn't really feed my ego like it used to. And so i'm just happy spending more time by myself or with like less people. I don't need to be around as many people anyway. I think i've talked about all that stuff enough on this podcast to be honest. So let's talk about some new year's eve party stories. I hate new year's eve parties for one genuinely hate them. I know one story that comes to mind. I've told the story of fifty times. I know everybody's heard it but it was my first kiss. I had my first kiss ever on new year's eve. I'll keep it brief. I hated the experience. It was set up by other people at the party was a freshman in high school. Super awkward and weird had never to boy had never held hands with a boy like really like working with nothing. Here Super not comfortable with anything romantic. I feel like as a kid and even now. Sometimes i like struggle with the idea of thinking of myself as romantic at all. Because i'm not a romantic person like that makes me cringe. And i've always been like that so like the thought of me like kissing a boy i was like. That's so weird. Because i'm not romantic. I don't think of myself as a romantic person that makes me uncomfortable so that was just a whole thing. More long story short. I kiss him at like ten. Thirty on new year's eve It lasted for a little while i hated. It felt so uncomfortable. Not his fault. I just felt uncomfortable. Because i'd never kiss somebody before and Then i hid in the bathroom at midnight. So that i didn't have to be as new year's kiss and i went home and i cried the next day because i felt like i was growing up and i felt uncomfortable by the idea of kissing a guy and Being a big kid and it felt dirty to me in wrong and that was my first kiss and that was new year's eve another new year's eve party while this actually wasn't a party another new year's memory was one new year's i had a boyfriend. Okay not really like a serious one but it was kind of. It was like syria. But it really wasn't because i like i was too young to have a serious boyfriend..

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"new year" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

01:57 min | 2 months ago

"new year" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Slower life is really not so bad. Although maybe doing that for all your long would be kinda shady. I dunno. I dunno i dunno. Anyway let's get into the actual topic of today's episode which is new year's okay. It's new year new year's eve when you're listening to those if you listen to it when it comes out brew break i have a few things i want to talk about regarding the new year but i also understand that like. We're all kind of fucking sick of it. I mean okay. I'm so sick of people. Talking about new year's. I'm so sick of people talking about twenty twenty. I'm so sick of people talking about what's going to happen next year. It's all we've all talked about it so much. I understand talking about it. it's very relevant. But i also understand that everybody wants a break like we're living in it. We don't need to talk about it anymore. But i think it would be nice to talk about the more mundane parts of the new year. You know what. I mean not like the chip that we've all been talking about over and over again for the past year the more mundane elements of new year's. It's actually one of my least favorite holidays. So i'm excited to talk about that. I literally have my two new year's memories that are memorable are both terrible. I don't have one memorable good new year's which sucks that's kinda sad but it's also i think now that i'm an adult and i stay up until midnight any way pretty easily on the weekends like new year's i'm like it's not like i'm you know getting sailor bedtime when i was a kid. You know it's just like okay new year fuck. I don't care anyway. I am turning twenty this year. Which is crazy though you. This is my last few months being a teen. I haven't really let that set in at all yet..

"new year" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

05:18 min | 2 months ago

"new year" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Incredibly. Like it's so much more complex than it was. Before because there's some added variables like being in the public eye et cetera. And so like. I crave control more than anything now. That's a big part of my anxiety. And so i think that that's why i'm so obsessive about what i'm eating or i struggle with that sometimes because i feel in control from controlling what i'm eating or i'm controlling when i'm eating or how much like all those things feel in control and i think that channeling that energy into cooking instead could really be helpful for me because number one. I'm controlling what i'm cooking. Which sounds so like mundane. but i'm controlling. what food i'm cooking. okay. I'm deciding that i'm going to make broccoli cauliflower sweet potato and chick peas fuck. I don't know like i'm deciding. I'm gonna make those things i know. Exactly what's going into it. It also gives me something to do cooking and then cleaning up. After was like an activity. That can be positive for me. You know like all of that. I think is going to be super good for me. And i think it'll help make my relationship with food better and that's a huge realization that i made during these days almost subconsciously but seriously i can't stress enough. How important it is to have reset moments like that. But i really think it's hard to do that when you're on your own when you're in your own home and i know that a lot of us don't have ways to get outta town right now because i mean there are ways to do it safely absolutely but it's just. It's not as easy as it used to be. And it's not but it's so complicated right now and i totally understand that. But if there's any way that you can like go on a road trip or something or do anything that could get kind of out of your normal routine. I would really recommend that and really like something with nature. Though i think nature is so important because i think i would have been on my phone a lot more if i wasn't in nature but i was like in the snow and like just kind of sitting by a fire constantly like it was just that was and so i think that's really important but also going on a trip with no intent of documenting i feel like i tend to go on trips and like intent on documenting every moment so that i can post it or you know i'm filming it so that i can Posted blog or like. Oh i wanna show everybody like what i'm doing like it. That's constantly what i'm thinking about when i'm on a trip normally. I don't think i've gone on a trip without that idea in the back of my head since i was probably twelve or thirteen. I mean really. So i've spent majority of my teen life documenting every single trip that i go on. This was one of the first trips. I've gone on the longtime where my goal was the complete opposite and i made the decision before i even left that i don't. I'm not gonna take photos. I'm not gonna put on cute outfits. I'm not gonna do anything. I'm literally just going to like live in the moment fully. I didn't take any photos of anything. I didn't even take photos of the scenery around me. I was in a beautiful place. But i didn't take like one photo of anything. I have no photos of the nature of that. I was in. I would leave my phone at home. Every time i would go out in nature at all. I barely brought my phone. We went to the to the beach one day. I left my phone at home. And i was kind of sad because i was like. Wow this looks really cool. It'd be really cool to have a photo. But i was like you know what no i can see it in my memory. I don't need to fucking take a photo of it. The only memory of this trip. That i have is in my memory. That's it and i actually don't hate that. Because i was forced to stand there and look at it in stare at it and guess what i took a mental photo. And that's going to last me forever as well so not really a little bit less forever. But there's something magical about just taking something in for you not taking a photo show anybody not taking a photo to brag just taking a fucking mental picture of something for your own enjoyment and for nobody else's i don't know it was a really. It was a really really important trip for me. And i'm really glad that i did what i did. I really needed it. Also just getting away from the whole. La like vibe was nice because we all know how la affects me. So i'm excited to move out of l. A. one day. That's another thing i realize. I'm very excited for the day. That i don't have to live here anymore although i do really appreciate it now that i'm back because again.

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"new year" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

06:08 min | 2 months ago

"new year" Discussed on Stupid Genius with Emma Chamberlain

"Welcome back to anything goes. I'm mature. Berlian your ho i Oh my god okay. I just got back from being off the grid if you will for like eight days okay. I went on a little holiday trip safely of course For eight days. I was in the snow. I was not going on my phone. I was basically doing nothing. I did not exercise. I did not think. I barely actual thoughts the whole time. I feel like i really just. I barely even talked to be honest. I literally was just existing for eight days. That was it. It was like very simple. And i haven't experienced that in a really long time. I didn't think about work. I didn't think about my social life. I didn't think about. I didn't respond to texts. I was like ignoring everybody. I was just literally eating breathing. Minorly thinking like minor thinking mode and it was so good for me. So i feel very good. I feel extremely emotionally stable for now and a few things that i learned on this trip. Was that number one. I don't need to be going on my phone as much blah blah blah. We know that. But i really like not responding to people's tax. Not seeing what everybody's doing all the time like literally just not being on my phone all the time. It doesn't actually kill me. And i don't really care about missing out on that shit like it. Didn't it didn't hurt me. I was like missing something. If i'm not on my phone if i'm not responding to texts what turns out. I'm not really missing anything when i do that. So that was a food for thought. But it's hard for me to believe something unless i try it and for the past five years. Probably i've been on my phone with like no real break like what i just experienced and it was definitely meaningful to see how barely going on my phone. Just doesn't harm me at all. I'm not missing anything. It was great so that was really good. I also learned that not talking to really anybody and just kind of being in my own thoughts is not as scary as i thought. I'm pretty good about spending time alone. Just reflecting but i've noticed that i do tend to listen to a lot of music and listen to a lot of parties and stuff like that to kind of fill the air so that i'm not really fully by myself in silence. I spent a lot of moments by myself in silence on this trip and i realized that. That's actually when things really get worked out. If i'm by myself listening to a podcast or listening to i'm not fully engaged with my own mind and so i was like really thinking about me in a way but not distracted in any way and it also wasn't negative like it wasn't like i was beating myself up. I was just kind of silently in my own mind working through things subconsciously. I believe that's what happened. And i think it was really good and a few things that i figured out. Were number one. I really just started to get excited about the idea of cooking for myself. And i don't know why this presented itself in my mind. But i started to like get a little bit obsessed with the idea of cooking things like i don't know why but when i was in silence by myself i just staring at a wall. How half the time. I was thinking about cooking which is so bizarre because i never thought about that before but i got super excited about the idea of cooking things. So that was weird. I also realized that. I think it'll help my relationship with food because i have struggled. I don't want trigger warning. Because i didn't mean to get into this but i it's kind of coming in so we'll talk about it Food related trigger warning. I have always struggled with food. My relationship with food's always kind of on the rocks. It's always been a struggle. I'm very obsessive about it. I go through phases with it. But i have struggled on and off with it since i can remember and so i decided that i wanted to start channeling my obsessive tendencies with food instead of a obsessing over like what i'm eating or how much of it that i'm eating or whatever type of toxic ways i can look at food. I decided that. I think it'd be good to start channeling that energy into cooking food if that makes sense so it's like taking the energy that i put towards being obsessed with what i'm eating or how it's affecting my body in a negative light en- transform that into like okay. I'm gonna get excited about cooking nutritious foods for my body. You see what i'm saying. Because i think a big part of food for me in the reason why i'm so obsessive about it is because it's a way for me to be in control bright. I struggle with feeling out of control a lot with my work life with my social life. With all that because things have been so inconsistent for me for the past few years because of being on the internet and all of that things are very extreme relationships..

"new year" Discussed on Copyblogger.fm

Copyblogger.fm

14:15 min | 1 year ago

"new year" Discussed on Copyblogger.fm

"I'm really excited because Brian Clark is here with us and we have an exciting announcement to make so Brian. Welcome happier thank you as I mentioned. I'm either about to come down with the flu or I'm having a psycho somatic episode either one. It's kind of interesting but It's good to be here on the show. Good to be here for a New Year and good to be talking about the latest and I guess the final at least for now transition in the copy blogger hierarchy if you will we have a new business partner is what I'm trying to get. Yeah and he's actually so here with us right now sitting in the same room me. I know both of you guys are in Nashville. I have Refused to relocate. I tried to get these guys to move to boulder. But they wouldn't do it that the cold weather you guys don't like or or just the general class. Yeah that's what it is you know. I know there are some fine folks that are Nashville. Daryl told me always hang out in the wrong part of town. You're like you're with all the tourists man. You can't can't be around there you've gotta so Darryl is going to continue to show me the better places in Nashville. I know it's a it's a hip and growing town. I mean you guys are growing like crazy Roese. Yeah we are and it's a super fun place to be. There's lots of people like Tim and I collect kids Koulikoro Kit. You are the two kids for sure for sure so tim. Welcome officially on the PODCAST. And thanks for a partner in copy blogger. So should we talk about the what happened and here. Yeah let's talk about it and Brian. You take this first step because you and Tim actually have a relationship and I think people will know a little bit about who tim his once. You give context. Yeah so just to recap what's happened in the last six months so When I got back from Sabbatical we had had on me and my partners since two thousand ten the ones who built copy blogger media and did seventy million dollars in business? This we sold studio press. We sold rainmaker and then it was like what next we still had copy blogger as a platform which remains incredibly powerful powerful still had the audience. But we kinda sold off all the software all the hosting everything. So I had Three Partners Sean Tony and Sonya and we're kind of like okay. What do we do you know? Do we sell copy blogger. You know kind of still emotionally attached attached to my baby so that wasn't the easiest decision but what we ended up doing was daryl ended up buying out those three partners nurse and Becoming a partner with me and Brian Gardner who was the founder of studio press who was still on board He he endeavoured have done some projects together. Brian has now moved on to Something New I'm not entirely sure what he's up to Kinda stealth early stage stuff but they long and short of it was. Brian was no longer really into copy. Blogger he I think he did us a great Greek favor by introducing Daryl to the three partners and helping facilitate that transaction but when it came down to it he was ready to move on on as well. Meanwhile actually before Daryl came on board a copy blogger. I became partners with Tim. Stoddard in your boulder for those of you who may remember. I have a a local site in boulder at your boulder dot com. It's been around for a while it's A very powerful local site but I never really had time to properly turn it into a business to Tim. Came along with the proposal and said Hey. Why don't we partner up on this? I've got some ideas in. I can work on the site and You know kind of bring it out of hiatus I basically when I was gone on. I put it on on hold because I wasn't working all that much. That's the whole point of a sabbatical. Anyway so tim and I became partners in that that project and of course I was completely impressed with his abilities. Range from just general business expertise digital marketing and specifically SEO and now like I said a very powerful local platform in boulder where it made sense to continue to focus focused on the Seo aspects of that site even though for example with further and unemployable. I don't worry about us. Yo that much okay. So fast forward word Gardner says hey. What do you guys think about buying me out darryl and I briefly discussed just you know using our own cash and paying Brian off to go and it would be the two of us but then tim found out about this situation and he and Darryl talked about it again? They're both there're Nashville and had met. I guess you guys first started talking because I had them involved in as guest in unemployable project I did last fall anyway. They start talking. Tim Says Hey you know. I've got some cash. I'd love to be a partner in copy blogger and again when you think of copy blogger and a platform that it is since two thousand six something like Tim knows the exact number but I think it's like four million back links. It's it's amazing you. You couldn't replicate what copy blogger is today at least not for any reasonable amount of money so again like you're boulder's like yes even though I don't pay attention. Seo CEO to much in my new projects with copy blogger. It's a no brainer. You know this is a very powerful well-placed platform in in Google. So Tim skillset. which is perfect? I trust him. He's great to work with. I like him and he was right there in Nashville along with Daryl. So Oh basically. Tim Bought Brian Gardner out. And now it's the three of us and they are over there Nashville. You know talking behind my back all the time but that's okay that's okay that's all right. Yeah with my background in conversion and building products and tim background in generating traffic and leads. It's a really great partnership really excited. Tim and I have been working behind the scenes and Brian. You and I had teased at this last fall at some of the changes that were going to be happening. Ming with copy blogger coming up. I'm excited to announce that some of those are going to be happening as soon as January. Now that Tim is on board. You're going to see some changes to the copy blogger website. You're GonNa let's see some changes in how we publish content. You're going to see some changes in how we organized our content and we're going to dive into more than that and tim and I are going to do a deep dive on that next week. But we're really excited but tim on the next few minutes like learning more about you and obviously we know this context of your boulder with Brian. Clark you actually. They have some pretty impressive projects that you work on outside of that with. Brian has brought you to this point. And what kind of things have you worked on that have given you the skill set of SEO driving traffic and other projects that you have vines. Yeah well first off. Thanks guys for being a part of this journey any with me and I'm also very excited about the opportunity to work on copy blogger and This this whole journey Mandera were kind of joking about how the the stars Sorta perfectly aligned for all of this place. I think I think the thing for me to I recognize. Is that the skill set that I've been able to develop over the last ten years a lot of that. I learned through reading copy blogger every day when I when I first approached Brian about your boulder when he and I had launched not too long ago he was kind of making fun of me because of the email that I sent He could tell that was I was kinda nervous to approach him but The fact of the matter is that I've been a fan of copy blogger and I've been a fan of content marketing for years and years and years. It played a huge role in my development as an entrepreneur and somebody who is obviously invested in in online marketing so so to give that a little bit of context. My Journey Ernie started about ten years ago. I had some personal things going on in my life. I I am from Philadelphia but I moved to South Florida. And you know I just do do was learning about blogs and I was always a writer if if there's kind of a foundation behind my skill set although I think seo is probably where There I found the most success. I think the background of my Seo was still that that. I'm writer so writing something that I was really enjoyed and about nine years ago I started my first blog spot back when that was still thing and I would wake up and I would just start blogging about things that are going on in my life and then eventually I started and being able to connect the dots behind you know. How are people getting into my site? How are they finding out about me? It was through that that I kind of learned about keywords and I learned learned about organic traffic and how to. I don't WanNA use the word manipulate because that truly isn't the right context but being able to set the architecture of websites in a specific way so that they answer people's questions because when you do that and when you can solve problems for people on that's essentially how Google starts to recognize you as an authority and you know it was a really long process anything to get good at something you have to practice and practice so I started my own. Seo Agency Z.. Agency grew to think at one point we had twelve employees and clients from all across the country and even some across the world. That's been a really great experience for me in my life both as an Seo but also on on a personal note like it's really great to build businesses with people. And then I got involved in a lot of different lead generation type businesses so a one of the things that man daryll been talking about the. I'm most excited about is. I've always always wanted to do what. Copy Blogger and what studio press. And what Darrell dead where you create products and then you use use a US community and use traffic to be able to sell products and sell information to people. I've never been able to go that route and so I'm super excited to learn from Brian and from Daryl about How to actually create these products that that people are going to find really really invaluable very cool very cool? So Daryl I mean between the two of us were kind of a twin threat there with product development. And then we've got Tim mm-hmm backing us up it's it's GonNa be quite interesting to see now. I'm working on a new product for all of you out there. It's going to be unexcited about it. I think you'll be excited about it or I wouldn't do it. And that will hopefully be out by the end of Q.. One but darryl him. Can you give a little bit of a preview of what you'll be diving into next week. As far as some of the more structural maybe behind the scenes elements elements of what you can do with a you know what is it now. Fourteen year old site as of next week. Wow I didn't even realize that was coming up. I I think it was January. Ninth two thousand six. So give us a little teaser of what you guys have planned. Yeah I am so excited about the the work that is going to take place on the website so first off when you say that you haven't paid attention to SEO like people you're really not. I joke about that. There's hardly any technical technical. Seo On copy blogger dot com so for me. Personally I see it as like like this not just an opportunity but this blank slate of really just endless. Seo Possibilities so without getting too technical. The first thing that we're going to do is was restructure the website we want to organize all the content. We WanNa make it so that the blog and the podcast and some of the new courses and some of the other things that we got going on. I'm going to be easily accessible. But also to set daryl with this. He's come up with this really really amazing using way to organize the content. So that everything that you can learn about one particular facet of online marketing a sort of bunched together in this way. That makes it so that you can Digest everything from front to beginning In you know one one sitting inning be able to hit pause on it and come back and and pick up where you left off so that's GonNa take a little bit more working and we're still working on that but I'm really excited to get that going to. Yeah we'll talk more about this and I'm actually excited to announce that Pat Flynn is GonNa be on the podcast this month. And we're gonNA talk about What he and I did through my agency to do this? Smart passive income as well. So we're really going to deep dive this month on this new type of content strategy and and just to give brief like scratch the surface a little bit here. I've talked about it in the past and I taught Brian about this Brian. I talked about this in your community for the employable community is the net flicks style of content publishing or content strategy. Now you know if you think about you talking about January two thousand six when this blog started like blogs blogs all existed in the exact same way you posted one thing one day the next day another thing and you just created a stack of content. That was organized. Maybe by categories he's but it was categorized by date published. And if you think about how we want to consume content now and how we've been conditioned to consume content in in our entertainment spaces in.

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"new year" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

The Highwire with Del Bigtree

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"new year" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree

"Good morning good afternoon. Good evening wherever you are out there in the world. Happy New Year. We're looking forward to stepping out on the high wire this year. We want to celebrate this new world this New Year and where we're going it's going to be amazing year and I thought a really nice way to kick that head off would be to show you some of the talks that I gave in Bali just last year at the new Earth Festival. uh-huh Kim. Aw this is me giving the backing safety project in a setting like we've never been before As I said earlier we very blessed to that have dealt big tree with us. Dill big tree is the preeminent activist in the World Today on matters that relate to the existential threat against humanity by a pharmaceutical global cooperation interest interest. which is run amok out of control? You need him to Dell big tree is one of the preeminent voices of the Vaccine Risk Eh awareness movement. His career is an emmy winning producer the CBS talk show the doctors that changed profoundly when he produced accused of the documentary backs which is credited with igniting a revolution against the pharmaceutical tyranny. Around the world now Dell's Internet Internet talk. Show the high. Why is the fastest growing program in the natural health? Arena with over forty million views and his nonprofits. You know I can decide. Dot Org is leading worldwide investigations into drug and vaccine through that have already resulted into winning lawsuits against the US government agencies health and Human Services and the National Institute of Health. Please he's give this man a round off thank you well. It's it's an honor to be here. One amazing setting to be sharing truth. I just found this quote recently. Somebody used this I think at this really says it. All this is his Huxley. Medical Science has made such tremendous progress..

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"new year" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

12:12 min | 1 year ago

"new year" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

"Hi Well Andy how are you good how are you. I'm good merry Christmas. Merry Christmas Miss Nashville Eammon Nashville on at home. Does that mean well. I just feel like most years. I've had to go to L. A. for Christmas because that's where everybody spends it but this year everybody came to Nashville so I got to stay in my own house with all my animals and it's just been great. I saw your family photo. What do you think I mean? It's very much wells Adams aesthetic. It's it is a lot of black leather. Lot of boots I I like it. Yes I commented on your mom's picture being like why don't you come into mind because I feel like wow I feel like your mom would appreciate I mean saying like I should be in this picture more than you really. That hurts my feelings. Because your mom's like my second mom and also ooh crash your hall pass. Yeah backup plan. Lord El Either be in the picture as ordinary son or a potential suitor. Either way interesting very interesting. The family photo it was a lot of people were like. Why are you guys in black black or like this is a photo and stuff like that and I think that's so funny because that was actually my reaction when we were there was a whole family group chat about what the wardrobe what? The dress code is or the family photo and my mom and I were had this whole plan for it to be like Denim and cream colored sweaters sweaters like a very light colored neutral but like. I don't know like farm vibe type photo. We put the animals in there and stuff like that of their dogs. And then Miley showed up like three days later to the FAM- chat and was like we gotta do all black leather vinyl like rock and roll Christmas and then everybody was like okay. Yeah rock and roll Christmas and she says she took over the creative control. But I gotta Say I was hesitant and I was like black doc on Christmas. That's not fun but then once we took the photos like these are bad ass. This was the right call. Says he nailed it especially in black. Invite Yeah those are my favorites but anyways yeah looks good. The family's just grow and grow in and I know it's not. It makes it very hard hard to Christmas shop because you have to truly get everyone something or someone's feelings get hurt. I had to depend on my brothers to tell me. Like what their wives and fiancee's like and I'm like trying to text trace I'm like does Tae Lectoure blacker colors so she like oversized close tight fitting clothes and he told me he was like. Oh Taylor it likes to our black and she was like no colour and my gosh. They're just not dependable. Yeah I got so many questions of like. What do I get Sarah? Sarah and I'm Mike. I don't know she likes cozy sweaters. The problem is for Sarah Orbit Flick Miley if they have everything you know. So then it's like you gotta give like a heartfelt felt gift totally. I will say though. Miley is surprisingly easy to shop for because I feel like she genuinely appreciates something thoughtful. Yeah and so that makes pretty easy. I always stress the most about buying for my brothers. I feel like they're difficult shop for what did you get. What did you get all your siblings? I've got brazen a a really cute dog bed that I actually wanted for myself really bad the title. It's a good gift. I got him a cute dog bed for his new dog. Boone and it's made out of like vintage like Mexican blanket type thing. It's very cool trace. I got close for my buddy actually has a really cool clothing line called DRO. Anti anti got traced like street wear like a sweatshirt sweatpants and he'll update I think bill and their So actually scored with that and then Noah's US same. I bought her street where she's pretty easy and then for Miley had to think outside of the box and do something a little bit more thoughtful so we have a spot on the property here. That's it's like up on a ridge and overlooks all of Franklin and you can see the hills and the sun's that's nice and she really likes to go out there and sit and be by herself and like read or write or you're listening to music and dislike kind of Malone time so I got her like a little box will like a blanket a journal some Gel pens a book about like finding your inner peace. He's kind of like a little gift box that for her to take up on the hill and do her quiet time. That's cute yeah what did Reinhardt get you. We did not do gifts okay. We we agreed on no guests. Because we're not together on Christmas. We've had to do it in November and honestly I was overwhelmed by the family guests. I was like I hate. I hate getting guests. It's so awkward and I just feels feels like a hate opening them in front of people because then I feel responsibility to act a certain amount of excited or hurt their feelings and it's like a whole thing so and he knows I hate gifts so we were like you know what. Let's not do this. We love each other. We did birthday gifts for good. Yeah what was the best gift you got. That's gift I got you know. I don't think my a family thinks I'm an alcoholic which is very funny because you're an alcoholic. We really don't drink that much. Yeah my family. No one in my family's a big drinker either and so I think the fact that I have a bar cart in my house the Colligan family. So Noah got me the acutest like vintage this three like vintage teacups but but there But they say Vodka Bourbon Gen on the front. They're so cute and Dan. I put them. I have this little display handed in my kitchen and I put him up. It was the perfect spot for them and I loved it. It's awesome you. Do Tell got some boots from Sarah from Saint Laura. Oh my saying that right here. He'll there yeah. They're very nice. They're like Tan Suede. Is that what. Yeah you know what you should really lean into the Saint Laurent aesthetic. I feel like that is very good for you. Feel like it's also going to break the bank for me. Well it is. Yeah so I got those men. She got me these other boots. That Tie Burrell was wearing in France when we were over there. And I'll say I want those boots. So she got me those which are very much more like a a wells type of boot hipster in cool certainly like that and then my brother got me a smoker because we had eleven avenue twelve people. Over on Christmas we smoked a pork shoulder and then had like Tacos and barbecue and stuff now was pretty cool. My mom which by the way I don't know if we automatically listening but lay tell you something about what my mom's figured out okay when mom's try to buy you close now. This doesn't apply brand because brownies. Mom is a cool mom. That's true that's that's not cool but a mom doesn't doesn't really look look if you are buying clothes for people. It's a shot in the dark. You know totally very personal. You've got to try it on you. GotTa you gotTa know your Color Palette. I don't know but whatever you had a mood board that shit and when moms try to get you close one like for whatever reason. My Mom's thought I'm a large for I don't know Lance. Yeah so all ever should've ever gone from her is Woj too big. She's like he's tall. Lord exactly one hundred percent I am a medium medium with button downs. I'm straight up like a small a lot of times. I mean because I like my stuff tight you know. Want to show up so my mom now now just write us a check and it's like that's that's what I wanna know and so she's just like okay. Here's a here you go money. I want you to go buy something. You can't let us put this near account and like have gopher bills like you need to go buy something it's funny because We're traveling starting tomorrow. Which means I'm going to have to edit this podcast on the fly lie and I my macbook is sold? It's not all. It's no joke from twenty thirteen. I think two thousand twelve. Yeah Time Bernie one so. I went to the apple store yesterday the day after Christmas and was Oooo God Dang Sue and I went in there and I was like I want that Mac book pro on that size give my credit card boom and then I took a picture of it and I was like thanks my new computer mom and she was like nope every tiny. Can you use it. You think of me not every time I use it then annot because sometimes I look at Weird Shit Oh God and in that was coming my mom got me air pods. That's great but it's still so. Yeah the pro- those are pretty expensive. Handsome macbook pros are not that expensive anymore. Really like what twenty. Five hundred twenty nine hundred. No I got one four well with taxes it comes to be like fourteen hundred hundred. What a pro Mac book? Pro Thirteen inch was twelve. Ninety nine or something like that and I was going to go I was Gonna get the air air and the air was the same price now is like what the hell and now. They're everything so small. It doesn't really matter. I don't think you can get as much storage in the air. Actually actually. It's not true. The storage is bigger on the air for the same price but the but the I got the quad at the quad core processor. You need that processor. The podcast what it uses for. Its literally just for editing on an audition. And he's like we should the quad for it's not like I'm running like final cut pro here you know right whatever Sarah and I and a bunch of Our friends and my brother. We're going to go travel for the New Year. That's exciting. So it's all really care about is is bailing out of town We should probably start the show. Oh Yeah we probably should do that. I think it's my turn buckle. Your seatbelts Rosen hose. You're listening to your favorite thing. PODCAST with an brandy new year ear. Same me twenty. Do what I already feel different. Dude it's crazy to think that the year two thousand was only ten years Jio usually I am on the new year. Same me train. I don't know there's something about two thousand twenty feels different from feeling good vibes. Do those funny. I was talking into our boy. Ben Higgins this morning and I was like to these. What's going on in your life? House at Twenty twenty shaping up to be Kinda crazy going on and I was just telling. Just January for me is bonkers internetwork. So I'm I'm with Ya. Think coins and a big one too. I really do exciting times. TSK types. I also think you know my mom has told me for like the past ten years. Your thirties are the best time of your laugh because everyone thinks that her twenty s or so great and whatever and so fun and university she was like and she always told me like no. No no your thirties are where your laugh really starts come together and it's the year laugh and I'm starting to think she's right for sure because here's the thing you're still young enough where you can go and have a good time and have a look good. You know But you've got a little more money now yet exactly it was fun. What waiting tables and moonlighting the radio station in my early twenties? But Dude I. I couldn't do anything remember the days of. I'll give you right if YOU SPLIT GAS ALEC having to ask your friends to like help pay for gas like thank God. I don't have to do that anymore. Yeah Yeah Man. Our Christmas party that we have so much fun and we got a lit up. I set up a arts and craft station. 'cause getting old Arkansas. Crafts Arts and crafts. Did you guys make party who used to do this. My Christmas party is some growing up and I wanted to recreate it and it was a hit. Okay okay I got a bunch of candy right and I got some glue guns gun. Do you like glue guns on hand. I wouldn't bought a glue gun and Dan. We used to make these let candy. Trains like.

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"new year" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"new year" Discussed on Bad With Money with Gaby Dunn

"Knock on the door. They're just like we will sing. Whether you want this or not Roy right. We'd just sit in front of the House and thanks very graciously. nope yeah no not. Even I wasn't prepared but on the other hand on the other hand. Romanians in the desperate. I'm I'm sure everywhere we're in the United States Celebrate Christmas just like they did at home except that now they run buses go from house to house. They walk though. Oh you can't but Yeah I've been a couple of very very festive Christmas parties with two hundred carolers at once with with two buses three buses. I don't know how many of them came. Do you do like the Romanian ritual still here for New Year's Eve. Yes not for New Year's Eve. We Carol for Christmas But for new years you're like look. This is my nice American House. We don't need to put wheat grain everywhere. I'm kind of hopeless. No we don't outgrew me. Maybe maybe we should thank you so so much I I really really appreciate this. Very very lovely. Because I think we don't take take time to think about the the rituals in our own country and then the rituals in in other countries and how it must feel to to be here. Doing those knows how style Jake and and both warm and also sad it must. It must feel so I I really appreciate it. I'm sure this'll be relatable to not. Just Romanians listening. But like anybody buddy who I think is merging their traditions at this time of the year. It's been lovely talking to you. Honestly I really liked this episode once again because I am a nerd. I don't mean that like patting myself on the back for my interview skills. Although you should definitely leave me a nicer view wherever you're listening to this. I mean I'm a nerd because I actively enjoyed loyd making this episode. It was fun learning about this stuff. Right it's fun to stop being so. US focused immerse myself and talking to someone else about their country their family the traditions. They love in a way. This episode is is kind of celebrating our ability to celebrate regardless of what's happening in the world like even if the world is ending because of climate change inge and the way people refuse to vote in their own best interests. No no no no no okay. We're not going to be negative. We're barely into twenty twenty so we we gotta stay positive like the hold steady said. This is just the beginning. Thank you for listening. Tell all your friends about us and share this episode with them. I'm happy New Year folks if you like the show please rate and review US and make sure you're subscribed on stitcher or wherever you find your podcast this shows produced by tobacco weatherspoon. Our audio engineers are Brendon Burns and Justin Asher. Our audio is edited by Andy. Kristen's are supervising producers. Josephine MARTORANA are executive producers. Chris Bannon urgent music for this show is composed goes by Zach Sherwin. Mike Kaplan and Jack Dolgin theme song is performed by Sam. Barbera bad with money is a production of stitcher. I'm Gabby done and I'll see you next week. Happy a New Year guys..

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"new year" Discussed on Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast

Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"new year" Discussed on Invested: The Rule #1 Podcast

"Everybody billtown invested podcast. This is going to be a podcast today about the future. We are doing just a short little New Year's greedy it's almost new year's and we're having a lovely holiday season. Two Thousand Nineteen was an amazing year. So we're sort of thinking back on all the things we did right and you know even more importantly the things we did wrong trying to learn and to be better investors which is a life long never Indian education and it is always about just trying to be rational and objective. Even the things that we wanna accomplish in our lives financially and then to think out the best way to get there. And that's what we've been doing talking about in the last two episodes and I think especially that last episode we did in the middle of December. So if you guys missed that one. That was one of my favorites that we all year because it was so nice to just talk about what we learn how to become better as investors and US but more importantly like as humans as people as people trying to make our way in the world and do the ask for ourselves and our families and that's really what all this stuff is all about so this next year maybe start off this year with the good old New Year's here's resolutions. Oh I don't know if I do you like New Year's resolutions. Oh I don't really like them either. I find that I don't stick to them. And they just make me you feel like a failure. I know it's like I don't really like goals very much. I like to make a few critical promises and then just do them. That's I've just find that. How is that different from a new year's resolution resolution to me is like a goal an intention and then I don't know I think the road tails paid with them? Make you feel terrible about yourself. But it's it's probably a really good idea to begin the year just thinking. What do I want to accomplish long-term for my family not necessarily in two thousand twenty Justin in the long future? How do I want to go about doing that? You know what I want to accomplish. How do I wanna go about doing it? And we hope that you'll see as we've seen that this kind of investing testing that was basically developed by Ben Graham. Warren Buffett Charlie Munger is the most efficacious the easiest easiest the simplest way to do something very hard choose to become financially free. And if you guys will apply yourself to it I really. I truly believe you you. You'll be able to be successful. Whoever you are whatever your walk of life it all boils down to the same thing you know? Find things you understand. Businesses you understand that have a durable protective advantage and have good management and then buy them when they're on sale and that last thing has been particularly hard this last year very difficult to find things on sale in this market but I assure you that as the world turns the time will come when things are are on sale so used twenty twenty as your preparation time be ready to buy wonderful businesses when they do go on sale because they will at some point and and the more you learn about it the better you'll be at it and happier you'll be with your money. They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day at AC hotels we agree. That's why European inspired breakfast features. Shoot a slice razor thin and fresh croissants imported from France all served in our AC kitchen. Talk about a wakeup call. AC hotels perfectly the precise hotel intentions. That's kind of how I think about this. Like intend to sort of. What's in my mind what I wanted to do better at or more of and actually number one of those things is focusing on a high quality? Sleep getting my sleep sort of an order which is a weird thing to say but making sure that I really prioritize non medicated non alcoholized like really healthy deep rest. Because I find that when I get that and there's science science proving this I'm more creative. I'm more energized. My brain works better and we'll have you read that book why we sleep. Oh a Yada. I've read that book. I told you to get it immediately about seven times. That's a great book. Read that book. Why we sleep by Matthew Ashley Walker? It's become my Bible. That's a really really good one. And how important is that that everything is based on consciousness when it comes to you your life because if you're not conscious you aware of anything and so- consciousness is something you need to protect. We don't think about it much. Actually we just stay grounded. That's you know whether it's just this thing consciousness I'm awake and that's as good as it gets but there's all sorts of levels to it all sorts of colors to it. And you know that just from. I'm sure sure you've had the experience of staying up too many nights in a row study or something and I think that's a really important point that when you're sleep deprived or your consciousness is somewhat dampened. Because of whatever's going on not necessarily just sleep we start to think that's normal the way we feel is normal. And and then you get a a good night of roster. You have a wonderful meditation or whatever stressful thing is happening in your life gets resolved. Somebody gets a bad diagnosis. Listen then it turns out that they're doing well that stress goes away and you suddenly realize. Oh it doesn't have to feel like that all the time but it felt normal normal at the time we just get used to think it's consciousnesses a lot like in other colored glasses you're wearing on green glasses or red glasses. You don't no that you're looking through red glasses the world you just perceive it as being read and you think that's normal and as you just said you get a good rest you take the glasses. This is off all of a sudden the world looks extremely different than it did before so get a good rest pursue. You know stress relievers like Eh Yoga Meditation. Contemporary Prayer Walking. We've flown tastic. Take care of yourself and and honestly you'll make better decisions as an invest. Yeah it's true so let's talk more about intentions as we go into the new year and from our family to yours. I was having a very nice time together. And we're recording this on my iphone together. which is maybe why? It sounds a little different than normal. We don't have our fancy microphones and so from our family yours. Happy New Year New Year. we're excited to get into it as we get into twenty twenty now. It's time to go play. Enjoy the rest of the Nineteen Twenty Twenty Nineteen Zero two thousand nineteen and have a fabulous year. Thanks ready guys. Thanks for listening to invest it if you enjoyed this episode and you want more information including show notes and more episodes road visit us at invested. PODCASTS DOT COM. There's a special offer waiting for a podcast listeners. To attend my three day investing workshop absolutely free so just had to invested podcast dot com everything discussed on his podcast. Either my opinion or Danielle's opinion and is not to be taken as investing advice. Because I am not your investment advisor nor have I considered your personal situation as your fight. Do -ciary this. PODCAST is entertainment and educational. Only and I hope you enjoy it..

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"new year" Discussed on Hey B*tch!

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03:50 min | 1 year ago

"new year" Discussed on Hey B*tch!

"Member now satellite. Dude I want I I want somebody somewhere. This is my new podcast. We're on over. Its New Year's get over yourself. That's that's right. Also I've come in today. One hundred percents. It's natural that's right now. I like that. It's natural natural. That's me trying to feel confident in my I love my oh my God. Oh Yeah you're glowing. Hey girl are you going to you know. Give me everyone guarantee to try to. I mean are. We haven't tried to set set any new year's resolutions. Yeah I mean I try to do them on the podcast right now. Yeah full disclosure. We've done this before like the New Year so we have time resolution talk however pretend land we should have had them set. So what are maybe we start thinking that now like what. What's something that you want next year maybe not to get your car towed? uh-huh oh my God both got our cars towed last never been told before I just just bought my car yesterday so her first thing car she got like I paid for it the night before but they delivered to me yesterday on Friday and it got bucking towed Friday. The universe not shall not yeah. I'm pretty mad about it but you know it's all good. I want another one another news resolution. Yeah Yeah I'm just GONNA ball in mind I would you guys have any resolutions last year. yeah I actually okay I know you did you guys talk I because I have some thoughts about New Year's resolutions were I'm very anti and I have been for the past couple of years. I'm with you okay calm. So I've I've never released set out to have these specific nears resolutions. I know I have some friends. That will like list them out. And they're like by this time like they're pretty fucking organized. We'll be like with the first month. I want to reach this a six month mark. I WANNA reach this and I've never really been that person it's been more like For me it's like well. I just want to focus on one fucking goal but I want it to be big last year for me. It was is reconnecting and fixing relationship with family so that one's been pretty decent and kind of killed it like. Yeah we we were like chilling with your sister talking about over watch the other day. Oh that's tight. Yeah by sister yeah best friends with her. Yeah she's actually coming over Leland. She's a great person fucking. I missed out so long anyway But then for this year for me and this was something also wanted since I got married I really wanted to focus on just mom and really hard so with two thousand nineteen. It was like I'm in a mom really hard I got off of. Jk Ak P.. And then I got off a barbell and I'm like cool. I'm going to do this thing but then like I just felt like I wasn't in my right spot for a really long time. I'm like I felt like I was letting myself down and just kind of letting people down by like completely leaving so I think twenty twenty is going to be one of those where I'm like. Okay Hey I really gotta stick to this one path and really try to feel like I'm trying to have baby number two only imagine doing it like software though tonight talking about it and just be like Baba to. That's it cute cute cute.

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"new year" Discussed on Hey B*tch!

Hey B*tch!

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"new year" Discussed on Hey B*tch!

"A. Too late night. Commercials with acting. Is God awful. The girls are having fun tonight. What are you do Shine eat seven seven Fart. She made me feel like. That's what the buffy is going to feel like they would never alone again save for the actual ad. Okay all right we'll come back. BTC ages We are here And we are in a new year. The wow that rhyme trae okay. Are we going to say it. With more conviction. We are here the New Year. Yeah the New Year. It's a barely new year. We don't know if a two year it's so new. It's coming in hot here. I'm not queer but I support them. Goodhearted you happy happy to hear that New Year New Gina Saturday. I thought you were putting public supporting they talk about this. GM Glad I fucked up twenty twenty-five well what are so a lot of people at a New Year. They formed resolutions. And do you guys have that. I mean I've AH tempting to attempt so far I attempted not cursing did not less or are you talking about rebels. Our previous resolution. Take Your brand does not not cuss exactly. So that didn't last long. I try to quit smoking when I used to smoke. That didn't last long either but but you don't smoke anymore. Yeah so I don't smoke anymore. Not because it was new year's resolution because it literally because I was told by the state Of It literally was because I woke up one morning and I tried to smoke a cigarette and it was the most disgusting thing ever and I was like my God. Am I pregnant. Hello Chuck I was not pregnant so literally. My Body just decided pitcher your body because you put that thought in your mind your body and like your mind mind. Were working. Well you weren't paying it consciously. dumbest thing is my dumb ass actually tried again like every once in a while like this cat right it can generate right. Fragment speaking of New Year's resolutions that's going to be my New Year resolution. They want to get pregnant. Oh my God twenty twenty not give me your pregnancy. Yeah okay get one. Just give it if I scoop. And you're I'm trying to have that Blah Blah. John Baby dirty talk. Stephen.

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