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Biden Administration Expected to Extend Federal Eviction Moratorium By 1 Month
"In less than a week. The Biden administration may extended again that temporary covid eviction moratorium faced a number of court fights and was set to expire the end of June. Now sources telling ABC News the White House and CDCR considering extending it one more month. The biggest Challenge, moving tens of billions and emergency rental assistance money faster to the people who need it, many not knowing how to apply for or receive the cash, BBC's Andy Field the cases against those charged in the
Harrison Ford Suffers Shoulder Injury While Filming 'Indiana Jones 5'
"Hurt Harrison Ford. It was a fight scene. Disney says in a statement that the 78 year old actor was injured while rehearsing for a fight scene for the upcoming Indiana Jones movie. He hurt his shoulder, No specific details about the injury or how it happened and we're told they'll tweak the filming schedule as needed in the coming weeks. Indiana Jones five started shooting in the UK earlier this month. It's due out next summer. We always come back together more
British Travel Industry Urges Swifter Reopening of Sector
"Allow more quarantine free travel and provide cash strapped businesses with much needed financial support Hundreds of industry workers, including travel agents, pilots and cabin crew from airlines, such as British Airways and easyJet. Gathered outside the parliament in London. There were other protests, and Edinburgh and Belfast Simon Marx reports. Today. The growing anger of the travel industry over the British government's failure so far to loosen restrictions on international travel for fully vaccinated people from the UK and for fully vaccinated people wanting to visit the UK from overseas. Britain's airlines and holiday companies are holding a day of action on Wednesday. Calling on the government to take rapid action before it's too late to salvage the 2021 summer holiday season. The sands of Time are rapidly slipping through the hourglass, says Julie Low beside the chief executive of the Advantage Travel partnership. We have upset every part of the industry together, really try to in a united fashion make it very clear to government. The devastation has been caused offer an industry that's been shut down effective for 15 months, not also for businesses but also for people will have crew there. We've got different representatives of pilots will be coming along. We really need the government to listen to our society. 15 months an entire industries be shut down people losing their homes. People can't feed their family. We're at a real crisis point. And we need the government's who urgently look and understand at the devastation that's being caused. The British government says it is considering the possibility of giving fully vaccinated people more flexibility to travel. But only yesterday, the country's health secretary said it's too early to know how soon those changes might be implemented. Simon marks Washington. You're listening to the evening news on
Previewing Mark Levin's Strategies at the End of 'American Marxism'
"Book at the end of the book, American Marxism, where I Lay out my strategies, and they're not Comprehensive, many will have other strategy. I break it down. Into education. At all levels now. I talk about what we need to do. With respect to corporations. And I know all the radio guys writing it down. All right. What did he say? It's okay. You'll know where it came from. You can hear me turning the pages in my book, of which there are many. Climate so called The fanatics who are trying to destroy our economic system. How we can actually confront Antifa, Black lives matter and other riders without being even violent. How it can support law enforcement. Law enforcement if they want support from Patriots. We need to conduct themselves properly and constitutionally the vast majority do. I didn't see that the sheriff and loud last night. It pissed me off. How they arrested that man. We didn't arrest him, he said arrest him. What he said. Now, every time I say this People try and get in front of July 13th and in front of this book, it's okay. But we are at 155,000 pre order copies of this book. It's unheard of. The first week of Liberty attorney in all forms. I sold 117,000. 140 some 1000 hard cover and the rest E book and audio. That's why I told you and we've known for months. That the silent majority won't be silent any
Mainstream Media Cannot Take Credit for Movements When They're Not in the Actual Communities
"I don't see credit. But these people who think they're coming up with these novel ideas and these novel statements. They're not coming up with anything. They're actually not even doing anything. Patting themselves on the back. I saw this in the Reagan revolution. I saw this in the tea party revolution. People in Washington people in media thanking themselves for something have nothing to do with Nothing. Zero. The great thing about talk radio is The bond. In my case on this program that I had with you and you with me. The sense we have for what's going on in our communities. This format, particularly this program. It doesn't get any closer to neighborhoods and streets and communities than this. As much as we all love television. Television cannot duplicate this. So after three months when somebody says, I sense there's an educational tea party taking place to go. You have to scratch your head. When you read politico, and they go to Steve Bannon, he says the tea party to the 10th power. That's what's happening. Steve Bannon is not in the communities. I'm in this community. I live in Loudoun County, Virginia. No offense. This this movement. Will not Take hold and will not grow. People in media simply talking about it. Regurgitating what somebody else, says. This is hard work. Take serious minds. Serious strategies and tactics. I think that's why most of you millions and millions of you come to this
Embracing Your Confidence
"I wanna share with you some ways. That confident people think and feel so. I've shared several ways with you throughout this series. And i want to share with you number five. The fifth way that confident people interact. Is they speak with certainty. It's rare to hear the truly confident utter phrases like I'm not sure. And i think confident people speak assertively because they know it's difficult to get people to listen to you if you can't deliver your ideas with conviction. The six way they act is they seek out small victories. And you could think of this as what you do. Every time you show up for yourself and meditate confident. People like to challenge themselves and compete. Even when their efforts yield small. Victories small victories build new androgen receptors in the areas of the brain responsible for reward and motivation the increase and androgen receptors increases the influence of testosterone which further increases their confidence and eagerness to tackle future challenges. When you have a series of small victories the boost in your confidence can last for months.
Pulling Back the Curtain on the Female Orgasm
"Briefly go over some issues women face when it comes to difficulty orgasm. We've discussed before psychological issues like low self esteem poor body image or something like anxiety or an eating disorder at can affect sexual performance ability to orgasm. There are medical issues. Like denia niceness and difficulty producing lubrication to name a few a at twenty t analysis identified some top factors in sexual dysfunction relationship problems stress mental health issues. Poor physical health. Genetic urinary issues. Such as pelvic pain a history of abortion a history of female genital mutilation sexual abuse being religious. Perhaps due to sexual shame and stigma so the nelson's found that things like communication positive body image exercise. Masturbation can help improve sexual dysfunction. Some people experience depression sadness shame irritability crying self-loathing etc after orgasm achieved consensual pleasurable sex things. Like post-coital trustees or coil destroyer. Some studies suggest over half of women have experienced post-coital foia or cd at least once in a recent survey found that it often is linked more to one realistic expectations than underlying medical condition. Yes And this is kind of related to the petite more or the little death which is used to describe the unconsciousness people. Some people experience after orgasmic. Likening it to death and something. I've just learned about an experience and foolishly did an experiment to test for research for this episode and it took me out a whole day are sex are orgasm but overall i am so these intense headaches that occurred during or after sexual arousal. They can be short-lived or lasts a few hours a couple of days about three days. They're pretty rare and men are more likely to experience them than women. If you are someone who suffers from migraines you're more likely to experience them as well. There are two types orgasmic headache. Which is intense throbbing pain during her after orgasm or sexual benign headaches. Which are these headaches. That build during sexual arousal the kinda guy come from the and then go up some experience both at once and they can be A one time thing or happening clusters of risk six. Twelve month period. Some people have said they're around for life They happen because of muscle contractions and or a spike in blood
Don’t Miss the Strawberry Moon – The Last Supermoon of 2021
"The last super moon of the year is coming this week. So mark your calendars for thursday. The twenty four th through saturday. The twenty sixth. You want to catch a glimpse of the strawberry moon. The june full noon is traditionally called the strawberry moon in north america because in certain parts. June is win. Strawberries are in season. Which just feels like salt in the wound for my strawberry plant which started the season strong and his all ready fizzled out the strawberry new name. According the old farmer's almanac comes from the algonquin gb dakota and look at people's among others. But it's also been called games by other indigenous nations and cultures to mark different plants being in season at this time like the cherokee who call it green corn moon or the initial nabi who call it blue moon in honor of the flowers in bloom the creek all it egg-laying noon or hatching moon and hopping over the ocean to europe over there. The june moon was sometimes called the mead moon or the honey moon and given that june was once the traditional month for marriages thanks to the roman goddess of marriage juno old farmer's almanac and nasa both speculate that it could be an origin of the term honeymoon which entered usage around the fifteen hundreds in europe.
The Game of Life (and Death)
"Games of life and death. Does this mean sports. That are very dangerous to play sports. Where your life may hinge on the outcome. Yes let's start with the dangerous sports. I and not the usual stuff like formula one racing running with the bulls halo which is a type of skydiving called high altitude. Low opening. don't do that. let's go for some of the ones you probably haven't heard of calculus. Storage co is an early form of football or soccer or rugby that originated in the sixteenth century in italy in florence in particular in terms of rules. There aren't many neither have. They changed very much since fifteen eighty when the game was thought to have established. You just can't sucker punch your opponent or kick anyone in the head other than that you can punch headbutt trip russell on choke your way across the field. Seems like calcio was also the genesis of soccer hooliganism because that's kind of their re-met on by the way the word soccer is a british invention that the british were using until about twenty thirty years ago. I can see that the descriptors football fits that better than does in football. But i'm still gonna say soccer players seem adamant that calculus store co. isn't a sport. It's a game. This distinguishment apparently comes from the fact that there isn't a specific season for the game. Players can only participate in a max of two games each year so they don't really have multi-month processes of seasonal sports instead. You get a massive energetic display of violence and tradition that pit the four quarters of florence against each other. When you think of japan you might think of the lights and technology of tokyo or anime girl body pillows and tentacle monsters which is a shame because neither of these even hints at japan's bad ass. History
Roald the Rotten: The Unsavory Character Behind the Icon of Children's Literature
"British author role doll rose to fame with books that became iconic works of literature and continue to be read by children. All over the world. Charlie and the chocolate factory james and the giant peach and the witches are all beloved for their colorful storytelling and memorable characters however shadow has followed these tales and their author since their publication doll was often described as being racist anti-semitic eh misogynistic in both his personal life and in his stories and how we approach problematic literature especially literature written for children is as complicated as the man who wrote them. Just ask those who were responsible for. Bringing his words to the world they often dealt with him across the ocean. And even that wasn't enough. Sometimes doll had grown up embodying this nickname of the apple which he'd earned due to his mother's adoration for him compared to her other children. He attended boarding school from a young age and dabbled in writing but his imagination proved far more developed than his literary skills. At the time. Still he enjoyed coming up with stories and conjuring new ones based on his experiences at school. Doll went on to enlist in world war. Two with the royal air force after sustaining an injury during a crash he healed up flew several more missions and eventually went home to start his new life as a civilian. He married american actress. Patricia neal in nineteen fifty three and together. The couple had five children. It was during her fifth pregnancy. Though when neil suffered three cerebral aneurysms. Her husband took over caring for the family but he also treated her horribly as she recovered he implemented a cruel recovery regimen to get her back into acting when she wanted something but couldn't remember what it was called. He would refuse to give it to her until she used. Its correct name and this went on for ten months. Several years later doll began an affair with another woman you see. There was a reason why his wife referred to him as roald of the rotten
"this month" Discussed on Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired
"Which is we've got a budget but we can sit down and go. Hey we need to get a whole new living room set because the dogs of ruined it and so we're going to save up for them to that intention -ality still. The budget sounded like that might happen. Ah you nail that. We had to do that. recently 'cause the doodles of big dogs become a big dog problems but anyway the point is is that i really liked that differentiation. There that you have of laid out. That's that's really the tone you go from intensity to okay and how we can be intentional and still enjoy life. oh and i had one more thing to it. It doesn't have to be all or nothing in a month. I mean it doesn't have to be split down the middle of the month. You could say this month. We're going to spend it all right. We're gonna put it all on the mortgage. That's that's exactly right you can. You can go back and forth a little bit are. We're going for two months. We're gonna set it all to by this furniture and then for the next two months. We're gonna do the mortgage. I don't care how you do it but some of each needs to occur yeah. I really liked that that. That's a really great breakdown of how you do that. And it allows people to breathe. But you know there's something about the human spirit dave when they get all intents hard to turn net down especially those nerds me right. Yeah i mean we're so task oriented and man who that's what her husband's doing jennifer's in sacramento jennifer. How are you hi. i'm doing good. How are you better than i deserve. What's up well. I am Trying to figure out what. I should do my extra funds that i have. I currently have a ps cow. It's about one hundred and fifty six thousand dollars and I have Some of the half of the funds In bonn four thousand. Yeah i know but the other half is in see fine. It's about seventy two thousand. And i currently do about twenty percent of my check into my peers. But i'm thinking..
"this month" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves
"Welcome back to the twelve months of thrift ing challenge. I'm dina i'm shannon this month. Prompt is one of my all time. Favorites wall art. Is this one of your favorites to shannon it. Is i love this one. You never know what you're gonna find out their thrift ing wall. Art is a true thrift adventure. Would you agree a hundred percent always when i was preparing for this episode. I was looking around my house and nearly all of my artwork has come from goodwill. You're the best person the spot good artwork at goodwill you find me more than i find myself for sure. I think that i forget to like really look at it. I think sometimes it looks okay at the store but not good enough to calm but then when you get it home. It's like a different environment and it changes your perspective. Like i feel like you're really good at knowing where something could fit in your house where i don't think i have that expertise That's interesting thrifty. Wall art adds so much character to your home. I really enjoy the thrill of hunting for the perfect peace for my home and if wall. Art is not one of your go-to departments when you're thrift. Ding now is the perfect time to start. Including it into your thrift rounds. It is definitely one of the that i go every time i'm at the store. It's such an easy department to browse you know. We talked about several other departments. That you can kind of knock out and five minutes or so and wall. Art is definitely one of those their you. They're usually not huge areas at thrift. Stores the only annoying part is like when they have them in big huge boxes and you have to move the big heavy ones. That's not my favorite part but for the most part they're usually just kind of propped up against the wall and you can pretty much see everything so it's a great way to ease into thrift ing and it's one that you can quickly browse when you don't have a lot of time like you always find nice big while our information for the most part. I find like kind of things which you have to like. Move everything around a little bit. It's definitely a treasure hunt but it just depends on what store. You're at If you have to move look behind different things. People have moved things around or whatever. But it's definitely worth the time like literally five minutes and you could find something truly beautiful. Yeah and i think if you are being intentional about art maybe you're redecorating. Or you're trying to fill space in your house or something like that. Make sure to add this department to your thrift. Route every time and at thrift store. Because that's how you're really gonna find the good stuff so we're gonna talk about some of our favorite tips on how to find the best while art where to find it how to be prepared all of that stuff but before we get started. Do you have any favorite pieces that you thrift it. Does it have to be walmart from thrift store. Where else would it be from. My favorite piece i ever found was sitting in front of a trash can..
"this month" Discussed on Lymphedema Podcast
"Back to episode. Seventy-six of lymph ima podcast. We're going to take a break this month. And we're going to talk about another important underdiagnosed yet. Very important disease called lipa dima june is lipa dima awareness month and with me today is kelly from texas who is a life. Oh limiting my patient and we're going to talk about her personal struggle her experience in things. She's doing to help. Spread awareness and to be an advocate for this community. Hey kelly welcome to the podcast. Hi thanks for having me your welcome. Thank you so much for agreeing to be here to talk with me today. Can you give us a little introduction and background on yourself. please sure. I am a health and wellness coach and work with women who have lipid dima. I do local. I have local clients but also due to this last year. I do a lot with zoom and so i've talked to women all over the place and so many struggles are the same with for women who have dima so. I'm really glad. You're doing this awareness in june super important month for lipid dima and i also have a group that i am an admin four on facebook that group is liberty matt and food sensitivities. And we've come to realize through talking with so many women all over the world that nutrition really can play a role in helping with the dima and managing the disease. even though there's not a cure there are ways that we can help it so through my wild heart wellness health coaching and that group on facebook. I have been able to help myself and a lot of other women. Just bring awareness help them improve their quality of life and so that has been really filling for me and also helps me feel a little bit better and get back to enjoying some of the things. I've had to give up for a while due to this disease. Not many people know or understand. What lipid dima is so i wanna read here from the lipid even foundations. That's lipid dima dot org if anyone wants to go learn more information about this. And i want to read some information from the front page..
"this month" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad
"You're listening to yeah. That's probably the static. Podcast retired marketing media technology pop culture because in the end everything is an ad. I'm david grinder on the international editor. For and i'm co in the community editor at ad week and for our special episode on this asian pacific american heritage month We're gonna talk about Some attitudes towards the api community and some data and also share a few stories and backgrounds along the way and for that we are joined by our special guests one of the co founders of launch dot. Org norman chan and eric toda global head of social marketing at facebook. Welcome to the show gentlemen. Thanks for a ravenous later to be here. Yeah so good time you booth and i feel like part of me wants to say happy. Asian pacific american heritage month. But it's been such a time of reckoning for our community and for our allies. And i don't know the data that we'll talk about is really staggering. And i think stuff that we all know or our friends or our leaders have experienced So it's a really kind of psalm. Bring time as well. Do you all feel kind of mixed right now algebra here i think that First off thanks for having us on the show. And i think one of the things you missed is a actually board member of launched to. So i'm one of norman's followers you don't i look at. I look at what. Asian pacific heritage months is meant to do. It's meant to recognize our history. Recognize and celebrate our journey in this country collectively and not just east asian or south asian or south east asian. And so i do think this month has meant a lot more to the community more so in previous years because we are in the midst of a larger cultural awakening for our community where it's an empowerment month. It's a it's not just a celebration month or remembers. It's an empowerment months and i think a lot of things are coming to life. That are outcomes of one. The the the response to the hate in the violence against our community and the outcome and byproduct of that are very positive things. I think we're starting to mobilize a lot better. We're starting to remove the divisions that have historically Pulled us apart in our own as unity. And i look at this month specifically in the work that launching a norman is leading as one of the strongest outcomes of taking all that pain taking all that hate taking all that anger and funneling it into something that lasts much longer.
"this month" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain
"And then there's a certain amount of money that wouldn't be worth pursuing and that's going to be up to you to decide what that is and let me just throw this out here and i should have said this before i started talking about money. I'm terrible with money. I know how to work. And i know how to make money but Put any type of accounting program in front of me and i'm not good at all I just look at my go. Well i have enough for bills this month. As long as i continue having enough for bills then i continue going in that direction and my girlfriend helps me there. Sometimes but i tell you that. Because i don't want you to take any financial advice for me whatsoever so i hope this helps. There's my answer to what would a person with somewhat healthy boundaries do and i. That's what i would do. I'm sure that all of us probably have a different opinion on this but If you are a people pleaser if you're someone with weak boundaries my best advice is to never dishonor yourself if you don't want alone anymore money if you don't wanna give any more time and if you'll really weird about it or really angry about it don't dishonor yourself and especially be very aware of people that support you dishonoring yourself if you feel like you're dishonoring yourself any gift that you give that makes you feel bad for giving. It is not a gift. Don't go in that direction star. Creating boundaries listened to my episodes on personal boundaries. I have plenty of them and start doing. What's right start doing. What's best people who love you. Want you to be happy. People who love you and support you will want you to have boundaries. That's just how it goes. I want you to boundaries. I want to take care of yourself. Thank you so much for writing. Thank you so much for tuning in. I appreciate you. I hope this helps. We'll be right back with my fingers and my goodbyes. My final words.
"this month" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany
"Says the one valley shit our debit starry. Why a card. We promised to keep you up to date and we stick to agri use. Keep there's still an investigate his comedy ongoing this month. Chancellor merkel's hatch here in front of investigate competition We didn't gain any new insights. Y'all the g love full white in her china trump about Coking their books. At this time. I actually in our inbox finch cabinets pace up wire caused a pack assets. Meaning asia-pacific chris you wanna take birds. I've your what is your. I will i will. I will move on from here. But what is your impression as of now of the political discussion of the wire card case you think it will have implications so looking forward to the election or is it just something where people think well. Companies companies politicians politicians. It is what it is and also really complicated. And personal opinion it will be totally overshadowed by corona komitch the vaccination lockdowns and all that stuff because it hashes way more allies normal. People don't wear caught you though after kobe Through and we had election for lighter belief. It's towards september Maybe some new legislation do wildcard. We'll be popping up but that will be most likely something that becomes law and exterior salma next year full so about being egidius right out and could not like anyone stepping into that country jimmy studying into any traps during dangerous to homage from what i've seen so far. Yeah yeah okay then moving on from the companies and taking a look at the bigger picture as you said like the ecosystem so we already had news in our show. That largest fintechs are raising more money than the others now. We have confirmation that this helped. True twenty twenty for all german up as well so the top one hundred tech startups in germany raised in twenty twenty more money than the year defoe before despite covert and all the discussions trends are still stable and strong another huge topic of the past couple of weeks..
Why Hasn't Economic Inequality Between Black and White Americans Budged?
"Our goal going into this was to understand a bit more about the racial wealth. Gap it's been fifty years since the end of segregation and jim crow why hasn't economic inequality between black and white americans budged at all. It brought us back to slavery in everything that grew out of that system. And the truth is that as a country. The united states has never really reckoned with slavery or any of the racist violence and oppression that followed. We have created a narrative of denial. We've created a narrative that says we're not going to talk about the mistakes we make. I think it's because we become such a punitive society. We think we own up to our mistakes. Something bad is going to happen to us. We're going to get punished. And i'm not doing these projects because i want punish america. I want us to be liberated from the change that this history has created. That's bryan stevenson. He's a lawyer. And the executive director of the equal justice initiative in montgomery alabama in two thousand eighteen. Three years ago this month he opened the first memorial to the thousands of black americans killed racial terror lynchings from the end of the civil war up to nineteen fifty the museum and the memorial in montgomery and the national museum of african american history and culture which opened in two thousand sixteen in washington. Dc are steps towards correcting historical record in the us but also universities media companies and investment banks are increasingly owning up to the ways they participated in or benefited from the slave trade earlier. this spring. The virginia supreme court ruled that the city of charlottesville can go ahead and remove statues of confederate soldiers. An effort that's happening around the country but there are plenty of people who choose to ignore this part of america's history and how it connects to the present
"this month" Discussed on The Unstoppable Woman®
"Okay it or you could. If you don't understand the pete analogy those leaves dropping compost and they fertilize the next seed. That comes up and grows. Nothing is ever lost or created. Everything that's ever been here is here now just in a different form and it's constantly cycling through form an out of form so water is an even simpler example of this water when he did become steam steam condenses and becomes water. If you freeze it it becomes ice. It is just changing form. It is just changing form. Your thoughts change the form of all the energy. That is moving through you. All the energy in this world is moving through you you have access to it and when you think a particular thought your energy changes you become emotionally involved with that idea. We call that a feeling you feel happy. You're vibrating at a particular frequency. You feel sad. You're vibrating at a particular frequency. Feel angry you're vibrating. A particular frequency. You feel inspired enthusiastic hopeful all of those different frequencies if you're in guilt and shame and blame and confusion and self doubt that's a different frequency in many business owners live in that frequency of doubt. Uncertainty confusion overwhelm frustration annoyance. Even blame even shame. Even guilt at it make payroll this month. Shame shame shame okay. And then that perpetuates itself. I made a sale that perpetuates itself and of course it sounds great to live on the highs but the truth is you must learn how to experience all that life has to experience with a neutral response positive but neutral response meaning not too high not too low so that you can constantly evolve. You don't let your ego get in the way when it gets too high and you don't get diminished or denigrate yourself when it goes low you just use the love 'cause in fact to understand what caused you put into effect in how to change that but if you don't know how to choose your thinking how to choose your.
"this month" Discussed on Live Happy Now
"Long happy axe initiative. But that doesn't mean you have to stop being happy or practicing happy axe this week. I'm joined by live happy. Ceo and co founder. deborah highs. Who's talking to me about how we celebrated this special month and what we've learned. Hey deborah welcome back to live happy now. Thank you paula. Always a pleasure and it's especially wonderful to be here at this time right at the end of march which is of course the month that we celebrate. happy acts. yeah. We are wrapping that up today as a matter of fact and so wanted to have you back and talk about the happiness month and some of the things that we did in. This one was different for us because we had to approach it differently and that one of the things that you and the team came up with was the gratitude challenge. Can you talk about how that went and how it still going on. Yeah it's been fantastic to log onto a facebook or instagram. Or you're just get on social media and see how many people are participating in the gratitude challenge. It's not something i do every day. I'm not a social media hound. I don't know a lot of people spend hours and hours and hours on social media. But i haven't been spending a lot more time on it this month. Just because i am so encouraged by the number of people who've chosen to be grateful share their gratitude invite other people to share their gratitude. I mean there's thousands and thousands and thousands of posts out on happy acts wall that you can see that people sharing gratitude or doing happy acts. I'm excited about it. And i'm excited about it. Not just from what's already happened but from the fact that this is something that doesn't have to stop just because it's the end of march. I mean you don't have to stop being grateful. I mean i can't be happy anymore exactly exactly. I did my ten. Which is what we're asking everybody to do. But then i found myself in the next couple of days finding things to be grateful for and posting those as well quit numbering them. But you know still continuing to just share gratitude and invite other people to share it as well is something that we can do all year round. There's no reason to stop it now for those people who have already participated. Thank you thank you. Thank you for those who are who have not. It's not too late to start. It's never too late for gratitude. It is never too late. Never too late to say thank you or show your appreciation or sit down and as we know when we think about things our body feels those emotions thinking about things you're grateful for can lift your spirit sharing list other people's spirits so let's not forget that let's continue to do that year. Round and continue to hashtag gratitude challenge hashtag happy accident. Hashtag live happy and it will appear on our wall if it's public and not giving out the free gifts anymore. I hope some of our listeners..
"this month" Discussed on Startuprad.io - Startup Podcast from Germany
"Low and welcome everybody this joe from celebrated oh again with this month in german startups joined by chris from new york. How you doing man. I'm very good freshly vaccinated. Awesome to hear. We have some this month in german startups for you coming to you with a march twenty twenty one news welcome to this month in german startups by sta though in transatlantic news recording with chris in new york city and mead joe from frankfurt am mine. Today we are wrapping up much twenty. Twenty one for you. We talk about australia's first unicorn. Bid panda and sumba attempt yesterday. Rocket internet zander's at a german tesla specs indoor fawning open positions at twenty six. And much. more you can now full of us all of our social media channels our podcasts as well as our internet radio station plus our newly approved alexa skill with a link tree..
"this month" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro
"Anything so it's not necessarily a negative but there are some shifts required right like so moving once we were laid off and you had to ramp up the steam wars some shifts that you made in your business to formalize it and to get more serious so i'm gonna back up just a hair like when i got laid off. There was not an immediate shift for me. That happened because i told myself. I still was kinda thinking okay. We'll i'll do this until i find something else full-time because when i got laid off that happened in two thousand nine and the recession was fame in so was not easy for me to find something right away but i did not think that this could be a profitable means of making a living. I was like okay. Well this this is good for now. But when i couldn't find anything i think it may have been like over years something but i was still you know shooting more and getting more experience in modifying. You know farming up contracts and just just becoming more efficient in time with more experience. Then i realized okay. I can do this. This can work in a little thing about me is that i get over. Well when there are a lot of pieces in so i was like well. I have to have all my ducks in a row. Before i start but i never would have done it. If they're not perfect. You know so. Be being laid off helped me to kind of be thrown in there so to speak figured it out along the way. Are kind of operate very intuitively kind for better or for worse. Sometimes but yeah. It helps me to not feel like. I have to strive after some arbitrary goal that set by someone else's like houses feel this field. Okay and then kind of go from there. Isn't that amazing. How life sometimes forces us to boss like right in you wanna make income this month. Well and let's go from there. You mentioned that you know. You're getting more clients affirming your contracts and things like that. Do you know anything about marketing. And how.
"this month" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald
"Tell you right now. I've tried to quit smoking weed. Every time i smoke every time i finished smoking a joint. I'm like that's the last one. Yeah and then. Guess what i do. Yeah well we would be wouldn't be bad for you if you didn't lead you to eat So much as big facts that's where it gets you Getting high getting high and watching a movie like who cares but if you're getting high and then staring at the chips now i don't stare at the chips. I eat them. Focus focus this month talking about al weed and just stares at chips hurting. You are freaking trying to torture yourself. I told you my secret but you don't you don't you don't like it but i just don't have any of that shit in my house and just stare at the chips and you smoke that shit. I mean you know your high when you like fucking smoked them chips. You know what that's how. Are you like these chips in regulate win. I smoked so that it's like omni smoke right for dinner so eating the dinner. I i can't do that because i want to smoke right after dinner though. There's nothing like smoking weed after dinner. Just pop an edible and go to bed north thing you can do donald is. Don't you probably not gonna do this. But don't smoke ganga until you are down. You know up in your bedroom area and getting ready to wind down. We are not near the food okay. So here's the thing. This is probably very boring for people that don't ever enjoy jazz cabbage. We should probably move on. But here's the thing..
"this month" Discussed on Allow Us to Rethriftrodeuce Ourselves
"Welcome back everyone. I'm dina. I'm shannon welcome to the third prompt of the twelve months a thrifty challenge last month. We talked all about thrifty vases and this month it is glassware and mugs so this is kind of like a part one ish of this team. We have this first episode where we wanted to kinda share our tips and our inspiration and then we have an interview coming up. We've mentioned it several times with Jualita who run something called picnic for all seasons and she's an avid housewares. Glassware mugs thriftier. So you'll hear how she put that into practice but today shannon. Let's start with one guy. Should people consider thrift ing glassware and mugs. Why not oh my gosh. It's like the easiest thing that thrift. It's so much fun. You never know what you're gonna find you find the flunkeyist cool old fashioned kind of things or quirky mugs are just so easy and glassware to last verse so easy and like why pay full price. Yeah totally. I was at goodwill in lake more. Yesterday we had a thrift meet up for the v. I t. club. Wait until. I show you this video. I'm gonna post it on the first day of the challenge. I mean my jaw dropped it. Will i ll their glassware. I'll from start to finish glasses. Glasses glasses stemware mugs glasses and it was just like this sea of glass and mike. They are the best. I have found the coolest like vintage stuff there like it. They have just milk glass. And you just everything you could think of that is trendy or trendy for you like just so much stuff there so much and from like all of the cool things that you can find and the old fashioned and the quirky and the new. It was just like why wouldn't you. There's so much to go around. And they're usually like fifty cents a piece. Yes it had been a while since i've seen that much in one aisle 'cause sometimes be like gaps. And then they must have just like restocked. It was like back back. And i took this video because i'm like if there's ever reason why you should consider thrift in glassware. This is it there and this is just one aisle in one store seriously. Like if you could go buy a set of something for like five bucks instead of sixty bucks why nine or even like twenty four.
"this month" Discussed on Small Doses
"And so if we were treating this month as our fusion reactor for black energy from the past present to change the future. Then i feel like it would be a more effective. So that's how. I would see it being changed. That's how i see taking it out of the hands of just like you know. Treating february is the only time we treat history. I mean ultimately black history should be taught all year round for those of us who are conscious of that. We do that. I mean smart funny. Imblack is based on that smart. Funny imblack is a production company that creates content that is rooted in keeping the conversation of blackness at top of mind all year round and doing so through creative spaces. That's funny is about so. I think there's a lot more of that going on than there was when i was growing up. And that's been a beautiful thing to see. I also think that Adding that level of spirituality and community into how we address like history month beyond just learning about individuals know. Because that's the other thing too. I think that would like issue month when we make it about just looking at specific individuals. It almost seems as if there was an entire. There wasn't an entire population of people that were part of this history. And what is that. We're not addressing the entire population of people like we have to be talking about. You know not only individuals but also how were those individuals even able to become the people they were. It was large part because of the population of people. They were around. They came out of you. Know how do we talk about. How do we talk about tissue without talking about the great migration and where did black people go. You know when we have the last episode the when we had the episode with charles blow the black side effects of black power talking about. So you know these are like the little spaces that kind of go unnoticed. But i am somebody who's always looking in a number of different spaces when examined things. I'm looking at what's happening. It's not happening. And that is how i glean. What could happen to create more.
"this month" Discussed on Chasing Elephants Audio Podcast
"You brought up the theme because one of the things that again i think there are negatives positives decision media but i think right now just being able to uplift and show and see more. I'm able to learn a lot more just within these this month of being able to see who i follow Who choose to follow. Who i choose to listen from and just some incredible leaders who are opening up the conversation and specifically within this month that might not do that previously throughout the year. And so i think so. So important to I just wanted to encourage our listeners to of seeing here following and if you are on social media and you do partake in that especially not just within this month but then throughout the rest of the year using this month because a lot of platforms are elevated. That might not normally have been before of in these conversations to pay attention to that To see here listening to to follow us a new people To listen simpson to some new ideas and learn some new things that you might not have before But again this month is i think that is just an amazing positive thing about what. This month brings Again so thank you for that. And i did not know about Just the reason specifically within february. That is real cool. I mean again what you said earlier about that made sense out of y'all why is it. Porta was that was and united while taylor. What was so funny. Is you know when i discovered this was after. This is gonna be funny to your lessons. It was after my my senior high school. So i was s j. President of my high school was first african. American s j president mahasamund our ads and so that was cool and so we celebrated black history month for three months. We we.
"this month" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast
"Facebook group because getting up video of my zirconium adjustment and polishing workflow later this month micro copy dental damn. Good burs also polishers. Ooh dental hats shorts.
"this month" Discussed on Women Inspiring Women
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"this month" Discussed on Women Inspiring Women
"No it's new year's eve. I'm going to give you this extra special gift for your order or i'm going to give you my commission back. I'm going to actually give you the commission that i would earn because of your purchase. And so she said yes. I walked through the enrollment process. We got her order placed. And i reached my goal and i gave her my commission and that commission that i gave back number one that built my confidence i was like oh my confidently asks for what i wanted. I even told her that was working towards a goal that worked when you just ask. Sometimes things do work out also yes. I gave away my commission. But i was invested in her success. I was making sure she liked her. Product does checking in with our was having great customer service and so she not only referred customers to meet but she's a repeat customer so guy invested thirty dollars but there were more sales that came because of so. I don't ever look at that as oh you lost money. You know kind of making that business. Move because i knew on the back end what i needed to do to help that person succeed to help them. Continue to be a loyal customer of mine. And i'm telling you this right now is because it's not the last day of the month but it's six days right and so if you need to sign of customers or your goal is enrolling team members. Pick one pick one focus one thing that you are going to focus on from now until the end of the month. That is a goal. That is really important to you and your business right now. What is it. Maybe it is achieving your rewards metrics so that you can earn a prize that the company is giving you this month or maybe it's earning points towards a rewards trip that your company is giving away or maybe it's a bonus that the company gives out. Maybe it's rank advantage increasing your income or your cycle bonuses but whatever it is..
Cost Of Living (MM #3480)
"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation a lot of people gripe about the cost of living these days and it came to mind for me recently when I got a note for my mother. She said a friend of hers had mentioned that she lives in Chicago just about 10 minutes north of Wrigley Field and that the house they grew up in the apartment that grew up in had become a condo and was now just sold for like a half a million dollars or something like that. So my mom wanted to know if somebody were to rent their apartment them. They moved into 60 years ago today when they got married, what would it cost them when my parents were married sixty years ago. They paid $86 a month for rent today that same apartment which is still there is still for rent and it's $1,075. Now, I'm sure you're saying of course Kevin but they made improvements. Well, we looked online. It doesn't look like they have still look like they have the same radiators the same bathrooms the same tile the same nearly everything they had sixty years ago kind of funny how you put it all in perspective sixty years later my parents still going strong and so is there original honeymoon apartment for $1,000 more a month still there in Chicago still amazing to me dead.
My Latest Cravings (MM #3476)
"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation every now and again, I have some weird Cravings sure when you're constantly dieting you're constantly watching your weight. You have cravings for things usually bad things, of course, you know ice cream or pie or Donuts or sugar in that kind of stuff and it's all bad for you. But that's not the kind of Cravings. I've had recently last weekend. All I wanted to eat was cheese and crackers just cheddar cheese Big Cheese swiss cheese didn't matter cheese and crackers and that's what I had for dinner one night last week. It was great. But recently this week and a couple of months back. I had a craving for lox and bagels now, we've got bagels Iraq whole time but remember eat them my wife eat them for breakfast every now and again I try to stay away from because I know the breads bad for me, but for some reason I just had a craving for real honest-to-goodness locks hard to find expensive and to be honest with you. I couldn't tell you the last time I had it probably at some big expensive fancy brunch at some Hotel haven't had it in years, but I've had a craving for it. I don't know why I don't know what it says. Maybe just covid-19 got a craving for some strange things wage.
Want To Like (MM #3472)
"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation there are certain things in life that we really want to like we feel should like um, and we don't an exam for my wife is Ice-T. She looks at it sees it's refreshing see the people enjoy it but just doesn't like the taste. She's not a tea drinker. So it's not her cup of tea. Pardon the pun for me. It's a little bit more extreme than that. It's off the season Autumn call it whatever you want. I want to like it. I feel like should like it but I'll be honest with you. I really don't for me. The fall weather is probably my worst sinus season fall and spring or just nightmare to my sinuses not even with all those allergy shots. I took it never really helped anything. I like the idea of fall. I like the concept I even look good and fall colors, but it just don't ever feel good in Fall heck I even like pumpkin spice lattes. I know it's kind of weird. It's kind of strange but as we've now transitioned into the fall months fall is officially here. I want to like you fall I really do but I don't think I ever will and wish it would change but this point in life. I don't think it's going to Bath
Flu Vaccine (MM #3471)
"The Maison with Kevin Nation doctors are telling us we need to get a flu shot this year because the flu vaccine will be most important in helping wage covid-19 because a lot of the symptoms do mimic each other. So we want to make sure not spread germs and disease this year, but also heard something very interesting where that this year. The summer time flew was the most inconsequential than we've ever seen in years because everybody's wearing masks and they're avoiding people to stand six feet away. So naturally flu germs aren't getting past. So we didn't have any summer type flu this year. My wife and I are looking at getting our flu vaccine this year. We don't normally do it, but they're not going to get it but now you've got a time when you get it because if you get it right now with some recommend it may not keep you covered for the flu in January and February if I get the flu, it's normally during January and February so I may want to push down until late October. So it make sure to cover me for about three four months which is all the flu vaccine is good for but if you get your flu shot now, that's only going to take you through the end of the year and you got to worry about January and February when you get it could play a big part two dead.
Lemonade (MM #3459)
"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation. What's that old saying, sometimes you have to turn lemons into lemonade a lot of businesses including my own or struggling during the month 19 pandemic. We're trying to figure out how move forward. My business has slowed down tremendously because recording artist can't go out and perform right now. So they don't have a way to make money and they can't pay marketing people. It makes sense and we're dealing with it. But lots of Industries are looking at ways to increase their business restaurants have had to decide to start working on carryout orders. You may have heard that Arby's is going to test Market selling their meat in bulk. You can buy Arby's roast beef from Arby's and like five bags packages or something like that. It's only a test market right now, but a lot of people are trying to do things too. Well, as we said turn lemons into lemonade a local movie theater having a hard time with the covid-19 pandemic has decided to take to their parking lot and show off of the movies. They would be showing inside on their wall and turning their parking lot into a drive-in theater. You've got to do whatever you can you gotta pivot you gotta move. You be able to well survive. And right now survival is the key for all of us off.
The Real Test (MM #3457)
"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation. We're now six months in to the covid-19 pandemic and while some people want life to get back to normal wage all know that's not going to be the case. But I think we're about to see the real test about how especially America is going to move forward sure. It was tough when Sports were taken away. And now we've slowly but surely brought them back the real test football NFL football college football sure. We've had a couple of games but now we're getting ready for real football in the NFL on Thursday night. What's going to happen? I think that's going to be the test because those people truly get physical those people are going to come in contact with one another in ways that other sports don't and I think it's either going to go very well or go very poorly and to be honest with you. I don't know but that's going to be the real test if America is ready to start moving forward already college students proven. They're not ready. We'll college football players prove differently. I hope so likewise with the NFL the next few months are going to get really interesting and we're not even talking politics wage.
Labor Day (MM #3456)
"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation you talked about Labor day before it was a holiday started by the labor unions to honor the people who worked in the factories doing a hard work the blue collar worker, but I think this year thanks to covid-19 things have changed because this year on Labor Day. We think more about the First Responders. We think about the front line people not only people in hospitals and doctors offices people grocery stores people who work at fast food places all the people who've had to fight who had to struggle not only to keep a job but to actually make sure to be safe and the continue working throughout covid-19 this year Labor Day very much a day to think reflect to look at the reality of what's happening in America, some people without jobs some people struggling but right now we need to stop and think think the people who have kept us going for the last six months because I'll be honest with you if we hadn't had the people the grocery store the people in doctors offices in the hospitals the police officers the firemen all those people working. We'd be even worse off now than what we are dead.