35 Burst results for "Tiny"

Spoons (MM #3742)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Spoons (MM #3742)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Today is Father's day, and I'm going down a rabbit hole, thinking back to my younger days growing up, when we go out on, Father's Day to Baskin-Robbins, have some ice cream. And the one thing that always drove me crazy, if I didn't get a cone, if I got a cup or a Sunday or something, is they always wanted to give you one of those little teeny tiny plastic spoons and not the big long spoon. Some people call the Sun a spoon, some people call it an iced tea spoon. I just call it the big long spoon, you know, the big long thin spoon, with a handle that's about what, three or four inches long. And I thought to myself to this day, I still have a problem with ice cream places, giving me a short spoon. I know it's kind of weird association with Father's day, but it's kind of true. I don't know when I graduated up to the big spoon, the Sunday spoon, the ice tea spoon, whatever it was, we got a bunch of them in our silverware drawer and that's my preferred spoon, no matter what. For some reason, song ice cream places want to give you the short spoon drives me crazy. Maybe it's cuz they have big hands. Well I don't know why spoons in general not something. I thought it'd be talking about on Father's Day and how much it's got to do with Dad, your guess is about as good as mine dead.

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Spoons (MM #3742)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

Spoons (MM #3742)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Today is Father's day, and I'm going down a rabbit hole, thinking back to my younger days growing up, when we go out on, Father's Day to Baskin-Robbins, have some ice cream. And the one thing that always drove me crazy, if I didn't get a cone, if I got a cup or a Sunday or something, is they always wanted to give you one of those little teeny tiny plastic spoons and not the big long spoon. Some people call the Sun a spoon, some people call it an iced tea spoon. I just call it the big long spoon, you know, the big long thin spoon, with a handle that's about what, three or four inches long. And I thought to myself to this day, I still have a problem with ice cream places, giving me a short spoon. I know it's kind of weird association with Father's day, but it's kind of true. I don't know when I graduated up to the big spoon, the Sunday spoon, the ice tea spoon, whatever it was, we got a bunch of them in our silverware drawer and that's my preferred spoon, no matter what. For some reason, song ice cream places want to give you the short spoon drives me crazy. Maybe it's cuz they have big hands. Well I don't know why spoons in general not something. I thought it'd be talking about on Father's Day and how much it's got to do with Dad, your guess is about as good as mine dead.

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Things to Think About Before You Give Up

Optimal Living Daily

01:58 min | 3 d ago

Things to Think About Before You Give Up

"Things to think about before you give up by mark chernoff mark and angel dot com. If you feel like at the end of the road with nowhere to go realize you're lying to yourself you've imprisoned yourself in your own mind by telling self defeating stories stories about what your life should be like what you should have already accomplished and so forth by doing this. You've created a tiny space in your mind a. Began to believe you're actually living in but you are not you're alive in a vast world with infinite destinations. Take a moment to remind yourself of this. Go outside look at the sky and the clouds. This is the space in which you really live. Breathe it in then. Look at your current situation again. Here's some things you need to consider before you give up number one. You never fail until you're satisfied with failure. Failure is not falling down. Failure is staying down when you have the choice to get back up. Sometimes you have to fail a thousand times to succeed which means you have really failed yet. You've just found a bunch of ways. Don't work so don't get so hung up on a few failed attempts. The you miss every new opportunity coming your way all of your ideas that don't work or simply stepping stones on your way to the one idea that does as winston churchill once said quote success is not final. Failure is not fatal. It is the courage to continue that counts and quo read awaken the giant within number. Two what you have learned is what's important life always offers you. A second chance is called tomorrow but the second chance doesn't mean anything if you haven't learned from the events of today you have to acknowledge your troubles the gather strength from them and laugh at your mistakes but learn from them.

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Curevac’s Covid-19 Vaccine Disappoints in Clinical Trial

The Readout Loud

01:55 min | 3 d ago

Curevac’s Covid-19 Vaccine Disappoints in Clinical Trial

"All right. Let's kick off the podcast with a kind of a dish on the week's news and we should definitely start with cure vac Meg what happened to curevac co vaccine. Yes this was hugely surprising wednesday afternoon. The news came of the company's results from their late stage. Clinical trial of forty thousand participants of another rene vaccine and of course with the success of madeira advisor. The expectations were very high that the efficacy would be very strong and it was forty seven percent now. The company cited a large number of variants. That were in the trial though. Wasn't clear the exact impact of those various on the efficacy. And there's some speculation that it could be the differences in the vaccine from modernize and visor biotechs damian. You looked into this pretty deeply. Yes so not all. Mr nays are created. I shouldn't say equally the same so pfizer and medina both use an approach to work in a tiny modification that is meant to basically avoid the immune system from attacking the marnie strand that you insert curevac used an unmodified marnie for its vaccine and the company's reasoning was you know for an mri therapeutic. Yes sure you'd want to avoid an immune system reaction but for a vaccine an immune system reaction is kind of the name of the game and so that was kind of their thesis going into it but as a result of using the unmodified marnie. They used a smaller dose than pfizer. Madrid Which most likely was to avoid any kind of too much of an immune reaction and so a lot of people. Curevac didn't say this and they haven't provided really enough detail on the data in question for us to really dig in but there is a theory going around out there that enserch of this kind of goldilocks dose of this unmodified. Marta they might have had simply too weak of a vaccine to get the kind of efficacy numbers that we've seen from the pfizer vaccines.

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Dads are the Coolest

The Ten News

03:34 min | 4 d ago

Dads are the Coolest

"Top. Five wild dad's number five. The silverback gorilla silverback gorillas are social animals that live in groups called harem. Each harum consists of one adult male gorilla and several adult female gorillas and their babies. The one adult male gorilla serves as dad to all of the babies and takes care of them with help from their mommas. He has the important job of protecting the infants from predators and with a bunch of babies running around in different directions. You can be a challenging task. But don't worry this. Dad also gets to have some fun. He helps the babies learn to socialize and can often be found playing games with all of his little ones number. Four the rea- r. number four slot goes to an ostrich-like bird from south america. Who has a lot on its plate. During meetings season. The mail rea- built a large nest and puts on a show by stretching and controlling his body to attract the ladies. If his show is impressive several ladies will join his harem. Then the females will lay their eggs and leave to join another group. Now all of the work falls on. Papa ria who has upwards of fifty eggs to take care of all by himself. He works hard and sits on his nest. Keeping them warm for two months with little to no food and being a single dad doesn't get any easier once the eggs hatch. Young papa has dozens of tiny mouths to feed. Birds got a lot on his hands. I mean wings. Number three red fox arthur data on the list likes to practice tough love now from the moment. Red fox pups are born. Their dad goes out to hunt and brings back food for the family each day. These babies are gifted with three unlimited door dash but when the fox's turn about three months old dot cancels their food deliveries sounds harsh but dad knows that his little ones need to learn to hunt and forage on their own. The pumps don't love having their free food. Supply cut off but daddy helps ease them into things bearing food around the den and teaching them how to find it by using their super sniffers number two seahorse the second place slot on our countdown goes to a very unique animal where the male of the species gives birth. What yes i know. It sounds crazy but it's true. We're talking about seahorses now. During the courting process male and female seahorses will dance around each other. This dance can take days the to decide that they like each other. The be mobile deposit her eggs in the mail special pouch once safely inside the pouch the eggs are fertilized and they begin growing into miniature versions of adult seahorses and after only twenty days the father seahorse gives birth to hundreds of tiny little babies and now to announce the number one dad in the animal kingdom this prestigious title goes to the dad that gives the best piggyback rides the giant water bug

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Masterful Pimento Cheese

FoodStuff

02:31 min | 4 d ago

Masterful Pimento Cheese

"Cheese is a type of sandwich spread that can include. It can include many things but but at its base. It's shredded cheese and chopped pimento peppers and some kind of creamy binder To to create a thick and slightly chunky. But yelich just spreadable consistency. So let's let's break that down The cheese is often a shredded short age semi hard tangy cheese like Often a blend of white and orange cheddars and or similar cheeses like colby or jack or even processed cheeses like velveeta the pimentos. These are usually jarred or canned sweet peppers. Which will have been up healed and cooked No seeds yep. Mentos are a type of sweet pepper. That turned just bright orangey red when they're ripe whereupon they are sweet and just a tiny bit tangy like like little to no bitterness vegetal flavors in there You can also use pickled peppers or a roast your own sweet peppers of whatever variety you choose a the binder is yes often mayo often dukes brand towards the east coast and blue plate brand a more towards like louisiana sometimes cream cheese may be involved as well and right. You generally wanna use enough to stick everything together but not enough to like make a sandwich kinda soggy or drippy right also. Most people will say that you don't wanna over mix the ingredients. It'll get kind of mushy. Which isn't the idea somehow trying to go through my rolodex of Experienced it can can vary pretty widely and speaking of to this base. Any number of seasonings may be added a salt and pepper onion powder or freshly grated onion or green onions or garlic to sheer sauce. Hot sauce apple cider vinegar lemon juice paprika cayenne pepper chili powder chili sauce like a saracho horseradish mustard. It can also feature kind of like guest star mixon's like jalapenos or fresh sweet pepper dill pickles. Bacon smoked gouda blue cheese. Parmesan toasted pecans chopped olives. I've seen one recipe call for per pseudo. Though right.

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Shima Baradaran Baughman of the University of Utah on the Police Myth

The Academic Minute

01:41 min | 5 d ago

Shima Baradaran Baughman of the University of Utah on the Police Myth

"The movement for black lives as forces societal reckoning about the relationship between police and disaffected communities and has given tracks into removing police funding nationwide. The literature is focused on critiquing the mistrust of police among communities of color due to abuse and marginalization with remedies including police training to encourage treating people with dignity policing literature fails to fully address a core 'cause police mistrust for people of color in the poor to address. The symptoms of policing failure requires consideration of the purpose of function police. Indeed a core problem is a misunderstanding of policing. That i call the police. The police myth is a twofold belief that our primary function of police crime control and that police all crimes. Regularity reliance on the police. Smith may provide societal comfort but as made it difficult to address basic policing failure without understanding. What police actually do and their relationship with crime is impossible to reimagine policing the police crime in large part contribute to the distrust between police and community color creating a cycle where people refused to report to police and police fail to solve crimes. American policing costs hundred fifteen billion per year. It is worth evaluating. This number in terms of the public service received as solving serious crimes only constitutes a tiny fraction of police function. my research demonstrates that police only solve serious felony crimes about twenty percent of the time while the police defunding movement is gaining support. Critics claim that is highly impractical and that reducing policing would increase crime but if police are neither allocating a large portion of their time to addressing crime nor solving most major crimes would defunding police actually increase crime. If this is the moment to consider police reform a meaningful dismantling of the police myth could be part of the solution

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Quirky Midwest Museum: Pencil Sharpener Museum in Ohio

Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

02:19 min | 5 d ago

Quirky Midwest Museum: Pencil Sharpener Museum in Ohio

"Now we're talking museums today and not all museums are huge places with priceless works of art. Or you know passive historical relevance. Some museums begin just with a passion and collection and the pencil sharpener. Museum is one of those places today. I'm joined by karen. Raigmore moore the executive director for explore hocking hills and she is going to tell us more about this fascinating but we tiny museum. Karen thank you so much for taking the time to join me today thank you. It's a pleasure. We love to tell the story of the museum and it's kind of a fascinating thing. So can you tell people what this museum is. And the history and kinda the why well. It is the world's only pencil sharpener museum and it is a we little museum. It's very small building but it houses over thirty five hundred different pencil sharpener. 's to sharpener museum are the say they may descend may look the same. There's some difference whether it's color or shape a little bit of difference There's also one of the very first pencil sharpener. 's ever invented and we have the patent papers on display inside the welcome center but this little pencil sharpener museum which is the Paul johnson pencil sharpie museum named after the founder was relocated from its original location to our welcome center property in two thousand eleven so it was Originally position right. Outside of reverend johnson and his wife's home and kind of off the beaten path and i stumbled across it. Just when i was first here in the hockey hills. I moved here driving around some of the back roads to get a feel for the area. And i happen to drive by this little pencil. Sharpie museum and there was a sign out front. That said call this number. If you want a tour. So i of course called the number and reverend johnson was kind enough to give me tour just a a wonderful man who Over the years. I got to know better. He and his wife just stomach the best people you would ever want to meet

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Real vs Urban Legends

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

02:39 min | Last week

Real vs Urban Legends

"This podcast was inspired by mike. Who sent me an email. Asking are true mysteries of the pacific northwest. Nothing more than urban legends inspired by a book. I checked out from the rogue valley metaphysical library and trying to answer that question. The book was written by an authority. Who shall remain nameless. The book contains some events that are no more than a figment of someone or an urban legend. Like the dog that ate a tiny cell foam and every time someone called stomach would rain. Some were started by celebrities like mickey rooney claiming that he had influence walt disney to call his cartoon mouse mickey mouse. Then there's urban legend about elvis presley giving a harley davidson motorcycle to actor james dean. Well sorry. none of these happened before. I reveal my favorite urban legends. I need to explain how i separate real and true from something invented by a person with an ulterior motive or an urban legend occasionally. I do find a witness or participant to an event that can't be explained away and are willing to talk about it but that's the exception not the rule. Most people are reluctant. Admit that they saw ghost or heard strange laughter when they were home alone for fear of being ridiculed. When event is brought to my attention or intrigued by a story on the internet my search for sources begins. I'll start with the photograph of a pterodactyl that appeared on the internet that allegedly dates back to the american civil war in eighteen. Sixty four courting to the story behind the mystery. Image giant flying creature was shot down by soldiers around eighteen sixty four. near the city of vicksburg. The story says it's soldier said the creature was like some kind of unknown bird monster in a surprising. Twist of the story. A second photograph appeared on the internet. That showed a similar scene. A pterodactyl surrounded by men in front of a barn. Now the people. I talked to when i contacted. Authorities said several newspapers in virginia said that one photograph in front of the barn was fake. Now if you drop me. A line kit k. chrome g mail dot com. I'll send you a copy of the two photographs. You can decide for yourself in my research. I found that the photograph of the pterodactyl matched one. That was seen by somebody in eugene oregon just a few years ago about twenty eleven

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Ubisoft Reveals Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora With New Trailer at E3

Pop Culture Cosmos

02:08 min | Last week

Ubisoft Reveals Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora With New Trailer at E3

"Avatar is coming out. Its avatar frontiers of pandora. That's going to launch in twenty twenty two the bone to pick with this trailer. Well you know. It's a standard. We're not gonna show you any gameplay. Trailer is the dramatic way that they go ahead and do things on these first. Looks like we saw a battlefield. Twenty forty two last week they show you zero game play but they show you what the game could be like going forward so it. It essentially relives the the original movie. What's that about it. And i know again. I've never been a big fan of avatar. I know it as rob mccallum. Our good friend said it lost its cultural footprint for a while. But you know there's still a fascination in certain parts of the world it has regained the top spot. All-time sniff sniff of interest in game. Sorry but i want to hear your thoughts on avatar frontiers upendra my friend so the trailer makes it look like the game could be really good but there have been avatar video games out before and they've been monumentally awful. So how many times have we seen these three. I don't. I don't take much stock into these cinematic trailers that they show up. That shows zero game plan. I don't take any stock on anymore. The and that's the deceiving part to. Yeah you know that kind of upset me with tiny tina's game two right. They didn't show many gameplay footage of stuff so again battlefield. Twenty forty two. I mean they're gonna show for that this weekend a few days here back. We'll probably cover it here on one of our shows but still it's it's it's i'm not a big fan of i just dive because they really absolutely shove it wowed me ten years ago two thousand or maybe two thousand seventeen thousand eight when they did that stuff out of it. Looks like it could be cool depending on what it is but i just. I don't see anything video game. Wise with the avatar franchise just has not had a history of success or even anything mine minorly resembling success. I don't i don't see this i don't see this being something. That kind of leaves a footprint anywhere.

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Video Game Fest E3 Kicks off With Starfield, Elden Ring Teasers

Game Scoop!

02:09 min | Last week

Video Game Fest E3 Kicks off With Starfield, Elden Ring Teasers

"We kind of kicked off the holy three week. This morning jet lease summer games kickoff. Live happened was followed by an hour long day of the deaths presentation and we did prepo shows all around that so was lots of talk about Going to be a great show will definitely talk about the death surrendering director's cut. Definitely die out. Tiny tina's wonderland's but first let's begin with l. During which was finally finally for all the souls weren't fans out there that have been dying information on this game. When news is old eld l. Escape was revealed at the microsoft press conference. I think at the last three twenty team and the the fan community for elden elden ring has taken it upon themselves. To just basically invented a bunch of laura on their own Love it very cool but now now they don't have to do that anymore. Their work is done and we know what the game is. And it looks it. Looks like looks like dark souls game yes jeff. Goldblum mean when. It's no secret that most of us aren't here like a souls born fans. But i think this game looks awesome and as amazing creature and character world designed just like all these games do and just like i was set grow i will. I will absolutely dive in and make it as far as i can. I mean like from from soft like yes shirt like. I don't need to be a fan of the style of game like appreciate what that companies accomplished in like the direction that they've pushed video games over the last decade and it has been so long since that company missed like. Oh yeah you know. Even souls two and three i don't think are quite as revered as the original like sacramento and especially bloodborne like a lot of people that was their game of the generation and they haven't released a game in three years like elden ring is a the next one. It's their next big thing like it's not a it's not a bt working on it it's like this is the game that zaky's been making for years now and so i definitely understand like the hype and the froth demand for this one.

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No More Noise: Turning Down the Volume on Cities

WSJ The Future of Everything

01:44 min | Last week

No More Noise: Turning Down the Volume on Cities

"During the pandemic open outdoor spaces like parks became even more essential on top of being the usual place for quiet. Walk to commune with nature. People were spending a lot more time outdoors and those who live near green spaces especially in urban areas appreciated them even more like the park surrounding the jamaica plain section of boston. We have probably more greenspace than any other neighborhood in boston. This is dr martha karsh share. She's a retired family medicine specialist. Who's lived in this jamaica. Plain neighborhood for more than three decades. We've got to make a pond. We've got the arboretum. We boarder franklin hark on. We have a wonderful forest hill cemetery which is beautiful It's a nice place to live. If you don't have a lot of disposable income you live in a three decker or one of those little tiny row houses the greenspace makes for an idyllic urban rest spent right car share says. Franklin park has become anything but sitting at boston. Leaders are looking for peace in franklin park new tonight. Take a look at this video near franklin park. It is a wild scenes like this that have people living in that area raising concerns about safety. There's been groups of up to a hundred dirt bikes motorbikes. Atv's motorized trikes. They care around inside the park and the noise is terrible.

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Malvertising's Impact on Marketers Revenue With CEO of Clean.io Matt Gillis

MarTech Podcast

02:12 min | Last week

Malvertising's Impact on Marketers Revenue With CEO of Clean.io Matt Gillis

"Whenever i think of malvern is in or advertising abuse. I go back into thinking about what happened ebay. Which was things like. Cookie stuffing and basically cloning user experiences. That weren't happening to take credit for real legitimate marketing transactions. Help me understand what malveaux -tising is an who's really affected by it today. So melting is effectively a hybrid of the words militias in advertising. And you know there's a lot of really great folks that are spending money on digital media and digital advertising to reach real users and having gauging with users sell things and hopefully positive impact from a brand perspective and then there's also a whole bunch of folks who use digital advertising to have i would say shady engagements with end users. And that's what malveaux -tising is it's bad actors who are buying ads on websites and they're hoping to take over that user experience and drive that user somewhere where that user probably did not intend to go. You probably had it happen to you as well ben. We're you're scrolling on a website and then all the sudden it redirects you and says hey. Congratulations benue an amazon gift card. Click here and if you click the close button. It doesn't work. And if you click the back button it just refreshes the page at. You're on in these bad. Actors have figured out how to buy these little tiny ads on pages and most real advertisers would hope to have half a percent click through rate with their ads. Will these bad actors have figured out how to basically take a user through one hundred percent of the time that they want to to those pages so you talk about how affiliates may or may not play into this space basically what these guys do is they figured out how to make money from this when they drive you to that landing page usually. There's some bounty that. They're looking to get paid on whether that's a survey completion. Some things that we've seen are hey comcast user take this survey and you'll have a chance to win ex. Well what they've done. Is they very specifically targeted comcast wifi customers and they're driving those offers back and if they capture the person's email address and get them to complete the survey. They're going to get paid a bounty now. I'm sure comcast wouldn't want that survey completion to be the way that they get those survey completions but bad actors have figured out how to do that. And how to get those engagements

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The Return of "Bennifer"

Locatora Radio

02:24 min | Last week

The Return of "Bennifer"

"Here. The nineties the nineties are back dude. The nine back there like early. Two thousands vendor for is like the early two thousands And i have been dying to talk about truth. The early two thousands are badly to thousands. Thousands are back in every way we have benefactor. We have the straight leg jeans sash. We had the fashions the tiny person once. Hang on the now whom i. Who am i kidding but there. Yeah it's back in so many different ways but ivan super excited to talk about benefactor. Because i am like rooting for benefit. Twenty twenty one. To be honest. I am too and i feel like the entire internet is reading preventative for. Everyone seems to be happy about it. Everything i've seen on. My timeline has been very pro for team benefactor. Were happy about it. We're proud of j. Lo were like relieved for band. And i feel like yellow is just like i feel like she was reading her engines waiting to get out of that relationship Again when she like got out of it she really got out of it like sprint. I mean obviously like we can only make assumptions about celebs because we don't them. But yeah i feel i feel like when j. is done with a relationship. She's like done with it like she doesn't waste time. She moves on like at least like to the public. I right of course we never know blah blah blah what goes on internally or like in her little circle but i do feel like again. I don't know j. Lo but i feel like she really really loved ben affleck. She had like the album she on her album when they were together. I'm blanking on the album. Title right now but like That's like the jenny from the block album. She had she was in the videos. She had the salt a little song named bed. Yeah like the song was like an dedication to him. The album a dedication to him. And so i feel like she really loved him and i feel like the rumor was at his parents. Didn't want him to marry her. Which like he called off. The engagement allegedly

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The Israeli Media Is Worse Than the American Media

The Mark Levin Show

03:04 min | Last week

The Israeli Media Is Worse Than the American Media

"The israeli media is actually worse than the american media. It's filled with markson socialists. Many of whom. Sam sisters come out of europe you look at. Their governing system was developed by european socialists. And there were battles even the founding of israel between you know the menachem baggins and the ben gurion's and so forth. And so i guess these socialists won the day they decided to set up a government much. Like i suppose with maine's it's broken up at the tiny little parties and they they think this will promote the people's will what's happened in. Israel is a demonstration that the israeli elite and that would include the fools in the media. Certainly the fools in the court system over there don't believe in little democracy or parliamentarianism. There's a saboteur there. There's a rasputin there by the name of bennett. And this guy. Bennett ran for office. Created his own party ran to the right of. Netanyahu was criticizing netanyahu from the right. He won a big six including his own. Out of one hundred. Twenty knesset seats. That's the way it works. They they're voting percentage was so small well under five percent that they could only get six seats out of one hundred and twenty in their knesset the parliament and there's a bunch of little parties like this on the hard left there's a couple of arab parties this on the hard left and they always talk told these guys centre-left there's nothing center about the. The israeli people have rejected the hardcore left in israel. The biggest part is a little cu party netanyahu's party and then you have religious parties zionist parties and together. They tried to to get the sixty one seats necessary to have the government. Well the snuff tally bennett. And his band of six or seven members of the knesset would be members of the knesset. We're supposed to throw in with the netanyahu team not with hard and now with the arabs. But they had an idea. This guy peed a real sleazeball. Lapeer another one with a minimum number of members of the knesset says. I'll tell you what we'll let you be the prime minister first for a year eighteen months you can first. I'll go next if you'll give us your six foot. So that's naphtali. Bennett is in a hurry to be prime minister. He's in his forties netanyahu's chief-of-staff he doesn't like netanyahu and he sees this as only opportunity after all his party only got six or seven members. He's not well liked by the population. Generally in israel. that's all he could get was less than five percent of the vote

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Paula Brennan  Conversion and Nurturing Trumps Photography Lead Generation Numbers

PhotoBiz Xposed

02:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Paula Brennan Conversion and Nurturing Trumps Photography Lead Generation Numbers

"When you hear the term and when i say digital marketing online mocking what does that mean to you. Well this is back going to go back because it was around two thousand nine hundred ten when i started leukemia said if like facebook marketing and things like that you know back in dies you could pretty much like p- pasta shape and you'd have sixty me follow as the next day. Do you know that. Respect when i had the wedding studio Look into how could hotness that a little bit better figured out some systems that worked but then very quickly recognized that the algorithms were introduced in you know. The organic reach wasn't as easy. So i had to start learning about high traffic. Sorry it was probably around two thousand twelve. I would say that. I really started kind of educating myself around and doing looks online courses and things to figure out how to you know many people like these so i was doing things creating landing pages and silence pages. I looked at Creates very crude rudimentary funnel spec in the early days and then obviously learning to drive traffic to that using facebook ads so there was quite a good period of education for myself. Maybe about threes. Where i was you know. I was already a good shooter so i didn't have to learn about photography angle of things what i really worked on with Marketing side. and how do i drive traffic. And how do i take the numbers to increase the the the results of h campaign. I guess i love. I'm so excited to keep going with this conversation because you are talking my language so when you have all this experience you you're a successful she'll like you say you grown up a photographer like us success. When they know how to run a business talk me through that change or that transition. Interpersonal brandy photography. Why you did it and you did sorry. I guess when. I was running the portrait business. What i found was a lot of my clients are coming to the guy all. Can i just get a headshot doing the headshots so lack all not to say to fight of me doing excited as well. Maybe a little bit of behind the scenes and of course any say not really messy Why pay kind you know the instagram laugh. That instagram version. If you're working in sorry. I started then looking following a lot of the big online entrepreneurs who coincidentally the people who will leaning Signed time so. You're looking at like the lex. Murray fully as the antiporda fields. They sort of big huge entrepreneurs out day. You've got a. I mean you down a liberal going down to the lexi. The tiny robbins fit most of the people. That were of out spatting personal branding. At the time. I was watching what they were doing. In their fade and let's face paper were employing photography's but a lot of the young upstart so we're talking like the twenty and thirty. Somethings in the demographic in the same area of entrepreneurship with doing it themselves. And they'll find really creative ways of utilizing day i

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What Is Going on in Israel?

The Mark Levin Show

01:47 min | 2 weeks ago

What Is Going on in Israel?

"Is going on in israel. What is going on is or. I'm going to tell you what's going on. In israel. the cabal of these tiny teeny weeny political parties. Some of receive five percent of the vote. Or what have you that. Are trying to take out benjamin netanyahu. Some of these parties are led by saboteurs. Who were formerly of the likud party. Which is netanyahu's party. Who are anxious to get big cabinet jobs. Or even become prime minister it is a grotesque grotesque display. And there's an excellent piece written by daniel elbaum and he says the end of democracy in israel as we know now the key player. Here is colleague bennett. I've totally been at once. Served as netanyahu's chief of staff. He's in his forties. He's been chomping at the bit. Believe it or not for a decade to be prime minister. The problem is he doesn't have the support of the israeli people so he's trying to cut deals with the left and the far left and even some of the arab parties he's lied to the electorate of israel. He ran to the right of netanyahu and attacked netanyahu from the right. But there's more putting naphtali bennett at the helm will mark the first time in the history of democracies that someone with less than five percent. Voter support is made prime minister five percent. One hundred and twenty one hundred. Twenty knesset members of parliament. So you need sixty one members to choose. The prime minister naftali bennett including himself has seven

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"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

06:03 min | 3 weeks ago

"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"The house they are they compost toilets. Or how do you have other compass. Dry toilets so in the beginning. When i started air being the river dan. I invested in a super expensive composting. Toilet it was like this. You know super nice model separate and it works really well but basically. It's just like having a dry composting toilet with lights on in the sense. You pee and poo in different areas. Yeah that's when i say dry. That's what it is so it basically like you just pee in one part number two and all the paper goes in another part. So it's it's really like the most basic idea when it comes to plumbing and it works really well and we still have the separate on the river dan but on the other boats we just have to to bucket system okay so pm one and then number two. The other was sawed us. And we buried the compost the the solids in the hoods and the p. We go and we put it in the woods as long okay so you just. It's just kind of a manual process. And do you ask yes to the guests have to do that. Or d- d you take care of that. No that's that's why we get paid the big bucks xactly. We will with european pu exactly but on the nelly we have like a a dry composting toilet set up in the forest because the the bodas is parked stationary on land. Okay so you just go off off the boat to use the bathroom got it. So these boats all have a little little outboard motors attached to them. Do you ever. I guess i'm guessing the only time you you drive them or or move them on. The water is when you're launching them and then bringing them to where you're gonna dock them. Yeah so the river. Dan has been park ever since we moved to their which is about three years ago and the nelly. We're we're gonna be driving down a little more because we won't leave her parked at at nellis all winter we bring her back in the fall so So when that when the ice freezes people can still come rent it. They park right beside her. So right now for the nelly we have an adventure option while it. It's it's not an option. It's an adventure. Pack is so you have to get there by boat. You can either rent a canoe or you can bring your own boats or canoe or we can give you a ferry ride on our pontoon boats to get to the nelly because it's only accessible by boat cool. Yeah that really adds a lot. I'm sure that mia he'll more remote more confident and sounds like there's no cell phone service to so you really are actually okay. We'll one thing that. I like to ask all of my guests. I know that you you have a plane to catch soon. What are two or three resources so this could be like books or youtube channels or you know. That has inspired you that you would like to share with our listeners. It could be related to building. Houseboats are tiny houses. Or or not as i was saying before. It's about the people you're working with. And so that's one aspect of just like looking so i used to work in a community organization and one of the guys on the committee. He brought this permaculture format for some kind of a business meeting and he said basically you look what's there you look at. What's there available on. Then just start with that. so look at. Who's in your circle and what the resources are on the information and then just see where you know you can work with that So i think just like you know networking skills. Communicating is is like a big part on this. I guess applies to any kind of answer enterprise. Yep and another thing is when you're doing something new like this Not many people are going to hold this idea. That's precious to nominee. People are going to be able to support that in the in the embryonic stage so i would just recommend like you know you choose people that you you really trust with your precious ideas. I share with that. Because you need to be able to let the vision grow before something is built and it needs to have time and you need to bounce things off people and see where it's going to take shape. Yeah so that's That's one recommendation. I have for anyone doing anything. That's a little bit outside. The box is is the like hold. It close unlike lee time to just state and when it's ready then you feel confident to to own it and to say well. This is what i'm doing an and when people say well. How are you going to do that. It's like it's okay. You don't have to necessarily answer the question but you know you still a little stronger than the thing is is strong enough to to to meet the resistance nice. I love that advice at any anything else before rio. No i really hope more people. Don't how sports and spend more time in nature. Yeah i think it's it's something that we all need and happy to continue offering the service. The people are. it's a huge asked for service. That's about it. I guess awesome. Well you've reignited my desire to build a houseboat so great I don't know. I don't know if it will happen but i keep looking out at that lake being like man. What a great place for a houseboat. So when i look around again good. Good touched. Awesome well Bonnie vanass thank you so much for being a guest on the show and safe travels today. Thanks for connecting with us already ticket reason by thank you so much to bonnie vanass for being a guest on the show you can find the show notes including photos of the river dan. The rivers n and bonds other house boats at the tiny house dot net slash. One six four again. That's the tiny house dot net slash one sixty four. Well that's all for this week. I'm your host ethan. Walden and i'll be back next week with another episode of the tiny house lifestyle podcast..

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Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

03:22 min | 2 months ago

"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"How can they messed. This up was like this. This is a pretty straightforward topic. I don't know how you can twist my words in such a way to make tiny house. Living seemed like such an awful thing right. Tiny house does it. For a reason l. Everyone i've ever met. That lives either in an rv or bus or van or that lives tiny house. They love it. They think it's the most absolutely liberating thing that's ever happened and it is. I mean it's not like there aren't downsides but it is Agree it's kind of the article doesn't really go much beyond like the fact that tiny houses are small and so it's hard to store extra food and supplies and then it can be harder to find places to park during the pandemic but i would imagine that that's may be loosened up a little bit Yeah our biggest concern was definitely like those national forests and and luckily we didn't run into too many situations. It just got sentenced to do certain things like we have to go. Fill up our frustrating water once a week and they shut off all fresh drinking water everywhere like like. We still need to drink water. Certain things like didn't make sense so it just made it a lot more difficult for us to do things. But i had a friend comment on the post saying like it was cold that someone from the new york times is probably living in a tiny jail cubicle apartment. They thought it was funny that we have more freedom than they probably do. Being locked down in new york right. Yeah there. there's a couple of good comments to on the article especially one kind of pointing out that most new york city apartments also don't have the storage space to stock up for the pandemic. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah yeah. They didn't think that went through. That's okay yeah well Nicole davis i very much appreciate your time and Thank you for kind of sharing your story. And also showing people the way for for converting a cargo trailer absolutely. I'm glad to beyond this podcast here. And hopefully i could shed a little light on on the topic. Thank you so much to nicole davis for being a guest. On the show you can find the show notes from today's episode including a full transcript and lots of photos of nicole's beautiful cargo trailer conversion at the tiny house dot net slash one. Five six again. That's the tiny house dot net slash. One fifty six also do not forget to go to the tiny house. Dot net slash. Bundle where you can get a sneak. Peek of what is coming on monday Again i'm being cryptic. But i have to be cryptic the tiny house dot net slash bundle. Well that's all for this week. I'm your host. Ethan waldman and i'll be back next week with another episode of the tiny house lifestyle podcast..

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Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

07:37 min | 3 months ago

"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"Can help recharge. So i'm i'm i'm trying to balance the strengths and weaknesses of the various water. Sources with my onsite needs. Got it so. I was just gonna say and thereby reducing my reliance on any one water source by having a much more dynamic integrated system of multiple sources. Yes and that. I get that i see that pattern or or that that theme in in how you've been describing this interview is that there is it's a system and you've built some redundancies into the system. So you're never relying on just one source of water or using it more than one time or you have backups. I for different things. Yeah and i'm relying to the greatest degree possible on living Systems as opposed to just manufactured systems right which helps sequester carbon and improve life. Everybody well i could. I could definitely talk to you all all day about this. But i do want to ask you Just quick or to kind of explain the is there. Are there two volumes of your book or there are there more than two. Yeah there's too and and so yeah. What's the difference between volume one in volume two because you've kind of mentioned both. Yeah well first off. If interested in the books make sure you get the new full color editions. They've been greatly revised and expanded so volume one. That's that's why i recommend. People typically begin that enables you to assess your site your various water sources and figure out An integrated design for your whole system and gives the calculations to figure out correct tank size for your site and to estimate your water needs and then it covers both passive water harvesting earthworks rain gardens and active tank systems. Then the second book that goes into much more detail and it only covers the passive water harvesting both rain water street runoff and also gray water harvesting. But there's no no tank systems covered in that second book and it goes in much more. Detail step-by-step how you implement myriad strategies out of selective strategies for your site and what's appropriate for your site than adia. An all both are available at deep discounts. Direct from me. The no middle person taking a cut at my Harvesting rainwater dot com awesome awesome. And i'll I'll put a link to that on the show notes page for this episode. Great which i can say i will. It will be a tiny house dot net slash one five five one fifty five So i'll put. I'll put links to your books and And photos i might be able to Harvest from from you On that show notes phages well Brad lancaster thank you so so much for your just your your time and you're just attention and i just really appreciate how thoroughly you have answered my questions which probably all jumped around and were not that well organized so i really appreciate. You know no problem. I appreciate the opportunity to share and just two final things. Yeah please is another resource for folks to check out is a neighborhood. Foresters dot org and that Highlights a lot of the work. We've been doing in the community public rights of ways and for those folks with tiny houses where you got a small home footprints and media very small lot. It's a lot at all. This is a way you can access public or common land and help enhance it with a simple strategies and and also wanted to mention while we covered some passive heating and cooling strategies within the landscape. Just want direct folks to my volume one book for a number of strategies that i unfortunately all too often seeing lacking in tiny homes but are very easy to incorporate for how you can set up your the location sizes of your windows and roof overhangs as they relate to those windows to maximize your passive or free heating and cooling of your interior space. Yeah yeah and and that passive house design principles are for some reason. They aren't used as i agree with you. They're not used a lot in tiny house design. And i do think that there's there's definitely opportunity there. Oh and do want to clarify one thing. So the the strategies that emphasize the book unlike passive house. How spelled h. a. u. s. They're all super cheap and very accessible for any income and any building type whereas passive house h. a. u. s. s. tends to require Very much more expensive extensive installation and eric's change units. None of that is required for the passive strategies. I highlight in in my book and that's in volume one. Yes awesome chapter chapter four on after four brad. Lancaster thank you so much. I'm gonna buy your book as soon as we get off the phone. So because i'm excited to to read more about it and as i you know i'm i'm between parking places for my tiny house but as i look for potential land and place to park it. I'm i really am excited to incorporate this perspective in in what. I'm looking for perfect as sounds great. Dr me out does definitely well. Yeah i might. Maybe i'll have to have you on for a second A second interview. It's pointed to go to go over my system. I'm up for it. Thank you so much to brad. Lancaster for being a guest on the show. Today you can find the show notes from this episode including all the links that brad mentioned and some photos of rainwater harvesting setups at the tiny house. Dot net slash. One five again. That's the tiny house dot net slash. One fifty five also. Don't forget to head over to the tiny house dot net slash newsletter. to sign. Up for the tiny tuesday's newsletter. So you don't miss my big announcement coming up in early april again. That's the tiny house dot net slash newsletter. All right. that is all for this week. I am your host. Ethan waldman and i'll be back next week with another episode of the tiny house lifestyle podcast..

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"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

03:24 min | 3 months ago

"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"From the twisting and binding of the medal then rate after winter so again after the most extreme winter condition you want to check those but again i would say all builders all timing homebuilders shake get away from the metal exposed away from the and i know you said i know it's called. It's more costly for the team but again think about that. That's that's almost an insurance investment. So again you know as insurance. We don't how stressful it is to deal with insurance companies. We don't want to contact insurance companies we could prevent any issues but again shingle roof over metal roof with ex housemates. You know i. I would recommend the shingles over at nice. Yeah well one thing that. I like to ask all of my guests You know one or two or three books or other resources that people can check out if they want to learn more about this field or learn more about the science and what goes into it. You know what. I can't say on the books amata a book guy. I didn't do much reading But i have to say you know you to again. Use all little google and google again exchange system action system for tiny. There's a lot of literature. There's a lot of info on there on the web. Getting into gin. Aw demography all that sort of thing also too because we have a a website We have a lot of images on there to show a lot of issues and they could check that out and if they have any other questions you know it could feel free to contact us That's that's what we're here for us. Grain chad to shane. Thank you so much for for spending the time and being so passionate about about tiny homes. It's it's it is a passion of mine and you know what i have to say. Thank you for what you're doing. Ethan this is. I mean this has to get done. I've always said to people. We could change things if we're a colony of ants that gets things done but it's worth a single ant as a lot harder to get things accomplished that if we get like minded people that change this type of movement to change these issues in these homes. It could be done. Anything is possible. Thank you so much to chad to shane for being a guest on the show. Today you can find the show notes including all the photographs that chad's shared with us and links to chad's business and website at the tiny house dot net slash one. Five two again. That's the tiny house dot net slash. One five two also. Don't forget to check out my signature. Resource guide tiny house decisions. Even get twenty percents off using the coupon code. Tiny when you visit the tiny house dot net slash t hd again. That's the tiny house dot net slash t hd for tiny house decisions. Well that's all for this week. I am your host. Ethan waldman and i'll be back next week with another episode of the tiny house lifestyle podcast..

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Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

03:03 min | 4 months ago

"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"Goes on but yes all those awesome. Where can people find you. Absolutely experienced tiny homes dot org on the net and then on facebook instagram and youtube act experienced tiny hundred awesome and all linked to all of those from the show notes episode page for this episode lindsay. Would and we'll be sharing only about all that's going on with covid. There's a link to like what's happening in your state. Because everyone all over the country dealing with different realities and my blessings to anyone that is in a situation that is dealing with housing insecurity paying more than thirty percent of your income on housing. We've got to make a change together and on your voice as needed awesome well lindsay would actually i mean you said something i was about to say by but when you say voices needed you know what can people do. I think share their story. You know it was really sad that my friend l. shared of me like what's going on for him. There's a lot of shame to like having this happened. Like i'm sorry but no one expected a global pandemic. We have never prepare. Oh excuse me some some administrations prepared for it in so we did not have leadership for the last four years in the last year. Of what an atrocious you know experience of having so many of our fellow citizens in people die right here on the soil and that is tough. And i don't think anyone telling their story you're not alone. There's millions of people like you and this is a game changer. For the way this is it visited is a disruptor. And it's not about you being ashamed you you know reaching out and sharing like share on a tiny home support squad. Share on ethan's channel. He'll share your channel and just the can know who you are unto. We can help great advice. Lindsay would thank you so much for being a guest on the show again now. Larson's with people will do. All that stuff has challenges. There's a lot of you know freeways ways to get support and then there's ways were like okay at some point you're going to need to buy the home or building in dot is where you know. Some financial investment has to happen. Yes because housing after all so but you know it's amazing. Tiny houses can last a long time. He put a metal roof on him strongly support that yes for many reasons. Build them well and follow. Ethan and all he's doing to help people. Diy around tiny ham. Thank you so much to lindsay. Would for being a guest on the show. Today you can find the show notes that the tiny house dot net slash one fifty again. That's the tiny house dot net slash. One five zero also. Thank you so much to our sponsor this week precision temp. Don't forget to check them out at precision temp dot com and use the code t h lp for one hundred dollars off your order and free shipping while. That's all for this week. I'm your host ethan waldman. I'll be back next week with another episode of the tiny house lifestyle podcast..

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"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

04:51 min | 4 months ago

"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"Lindsay would welcome back to the tiny house lifestyle. Podcast thank you eat and it's great to be here. Love love what you do out there. I follow your podcast and listen to it. Often thank you. Yeah and i love what you do Tiny home industry association has just really been moving and shaking in the last year or two. And i know you're really involved with what they do. So thank you for that work as well absolutely. It's been great to connect to all the builders out there and also people that are really passionate about advocating or legalizing tiny house. Yeah so You reached out to me about a month or so ago. And said hey. Have you done a podcast episode about any houses as a solution for covert actions. And i said no about about you so you know. Let's just start there. you know. We're talking on january twenty sixth twenty twenty one You know what. What's the current state of things and You know how how connected to this problem. You in the tiny house movement. Thank you yes so. Of course when i was seeing all the moratorium i feel very housing secure because we have a tiny home. We also have the ability to stay in my parents house every winter when they travel elsewhere so we are in that nomadic reality on that we've got options but for other people on namely a friend of mine out in the east coast is is very much looking daily and trying to figure out his best way to stay in his home for him and his family because he is one of those people where he actually got covid and he's in a situation where his industry just lost a lot of revenue and he wasn't able to make up the rent payments and now he's facing eviction moratorium on evictions are really critical in keeping people in their houses. One of their pieces. You know when it all started. Ls relate okay march of last year. Almost a year into this that you know of course be moratoriums for months will now. We're just in that rolling. You know things are starting to expire in the negative extended and then they expire and then they get extended like right now as this recording. We are january. Twenty six and the cdc is supposed to have the expiration on the thirtieth like. We're talking in a matter date and if you're one of those people that could potentially be evicted without that moratorium or any kind of save cards. You're hoping that gets extended right and naturally something right now. President biden has pushed for but once again does that mean. It's going to come right right. And so i guess i'd never really thought about this like i. I knew that there had been a moratorium on evictions and i kind of assumed that was evictions due to inability to pay rent You know because so many people have lost their sources of income because of the pandemic but does that also apply to for example. Someone living in a tiny house in backyard that gets flagged by zoning administrator like are those different though you know because once again that definitely falls into that realm and i love how much you've covered this you know angle of it lake. Obviously a big reason why the tiny industry association so focused on legalizing around the country. I mean at this moment. I mean a year ago. We didn't during covid time. We had the city of san diego county of santa clara city of san jose and humble county. All amended approve their homes and backyards. Now that's not like any home villages and cottage industry. What we call tiny homes in. That's that's the next frontier but it's at least a step in the right direction for people that want to live legally now. They have so many more options. Of course they've gotta find and connect with a single family home back to this kovin moratorium reality in oh state by state. It's different like state of california has extended would other states. Don't and then they fall to the cdc because now they can go to more of a federal support bananas. Even you know and also heard where landlords are being able to like their ways around it. I mean you know. I have have compassion for the people that have mortgages on their property and the banks aren't really saying sorry. You don't have to pay your mortgage this month because what's going on so we're all connected and yet. It's the renter at the end of the day that gets told to leave.

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Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

01:42 min | 4 months ago

"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"You get tiny homes in there and it disrupts. It's a disruptor to that whole market. Because literally i think if we were like hey guys we have one hundred homeowners that want to do it in their backyard. We out the lead. Probably a hundred tiny homes built within a new. Welcome to the tiny house lifestyle. Podcast the show where you learn how to plan build and live the tiny lifestyle. I'm your host. Thomas and this episode one fifty with lindsay would lindsay is an evangelist for tiny living. And these days. She's as busy as ever as the pandemic has put economic pressure on a large swath of the country. Tiny houses are being increasingly seen as a solution to housing unaffordable and inequality. But there are some big legal hurdles to get over before we can get there and in this interview. Lindsey helps us explore them and learn about what's happening stick around. Did you know that. I personally send a tiny house newsletter every week on tuesdays. It's called tiny tuesdays and it's a weekly email with tiny house news interviews photos and resources it's free to subscribe and even share sneak peeks of things that are coming up ask for feedback about upcoming podcast guests and more. It's really the best place to keep pulse on what i'm doing in the tiny house space and also stay informed about what's going on in the tiny house movement to sign up go to the tiny house dot net slash new letter. I'll never send you spam and if you don't wanna receive emails it's easy to understand scribe. I hope you enjoy next. Week's tiny tuesday's newsletter. Go to the tiny house dot.

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How To Play Poker Responsibly

The Poker Coaching Podcast

03:09 min | 4 months ago

How To Play Poker Responsibly

"Sparingly. I have no problem the idea of going off a little bit. Do whatever you want but you want to make sure that you have systems in place such that you cannot go off all that hard but a lot of people they decided. I'm going to go to the casino this weekend. And i'm gonna take the bucks. I'm gonna play some blackjack or some poker. And i'm going to have some drinks with my friends and it's going to be a party. They go there. They start having their party. Everything's fine and dandy then get tilted for some reason either because they lose some money quickly or perhaps because they win money quickly and they think they're going to run like god next thing you know five hundred dollars vanishes. They go to the atm. They get out five hundred more that vanishes thousand advantages that go and they get a credit card loan or whatever they do is they charge them seven percent big. They lose that next thing going off the bender down twelve and their life is in the gun so this situation where you have to make sure that does not happen so so so essentially you wanna make sure that you do not have the ability to get that first loan. Maybe you have to have a little bit of barriers in place where you know like your cap two drinks or one drink. You know what. I mean like you need to figure out where you really start to go off the deep end right and if you never get to that point where you really start to go off the deep end. Then you'll just be fine right like I know jonathan little can have one glass of wine no problem but we don from the last two glasses of wine search get on the border once he s three all bets are off doing often event. And that's not where you want to be unless of course you have. Your one allotted go off time per month or whatever. You wanna call it right and like johnson's right. Don't bring your your debit card at the casino. Yeah exactly right like if you go to the casino and you know you have five hundred dollars to play with. And that's it you don't need your credit card. You don't need your debit card. You don't need any of these things now. Of course you may get out there and lose their money not having any money to get home or something like that. If you're going to be doing something like that. I mean not. Now get one hundred dollars on your wallet to car ride home or whatever you need but you don't set yourself up to where it's easy to go off. I personally have never gotten credit casino. Even though they're always trying to give it to me why have. I never gotten credited casino. Because i know they'll give me a whole lot of credit. And i don't wanna lose or have the potential to lose a whole lot of money even though it would make life a little bit easier to know it could go to the casino and they just give me one hundred k now. We had never have to take money to the casino right than wire it to them or whatever after the fact so it's not worth it. I don't want to have that tiny possibility that in some world i ended up going offer a whole load of money for no real reason. Even though i know that's not even meet right. Like i know that's not even but i recognize good.

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Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

03:52 min | 4 months ago

"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"Gonna find that free car ever so just accept that yes and then try to look at it with your own protection in mind. Nice one thing that. I like to ask all my guests is do you have any. You know recommended resources for kind of further reading or learning on these topics. I think for like that. The person who asked about federal housing laws and You know having the negative connotation with it just to s- look up resident rights. Just google that in the state that you're in and on a federal perspective you will. You will be surprised at what you will find. And i think once you see that as as a renter or as even as an owner of a home though that's gonna sit on a site or someone else's property that you do have in here right. Feel a little more empowered. Because you don't think any of that exists. You just think you're you're going from where you live now. And you're going to be totally subjected to the will and the whim of whoever owns that land and they do have restrictions that control what they can and what they cannot do to you. Excellent while. Judy gable i will post a link to your website and in the show notes for this episode but in case anybody listening and they live in florida and they they want to get in touch with you. Where how can they find you. They can find me. I i am on linked in and I gave you my email address. Your to publish. That's fine and either either one of those i. I'm pretty i'm responsive. you know. Always looking at emails and contact information so awesome all right. Well duty gable. Thank you so so much for this interview. It was really great to meet you. Thanks for the opportunity. Thank you so much to jody. Gable for being a guest on the show you can find the show notes from today's episode including a full transcript and links and contact information for jody gable at the tiny house dot slash one fifty again. That's a tiny house dot net slash one five zero thank you so much to our sponsor this week precision temp. Don't forget to use the coupon code. T h l. p. for a hundred dollars off and free shipping on your order. All right that is offer this week. I'm your host ethan. Walden and i'll be back next week with another episode of the tiny house lifestyle podcast. Hey it's ethan. Thanks so much for listening to the show. And if you've made it this far you must really be a fan if you enjoy this podcast and are currently planning buying or building a tiny house. I'd like to invite you to my private online community. Called tiny house engage where you get unlimited q a support and accountability from your peers and multiple weekly live events to connect with fellow tiny houses. And get your questions answered. You can learn more at the tiny house dot net slash engage. We've got contractors available to answer your plumbing and electrical questions and weekly video office hours to you can talk through your tiny house challenges and questions and make solid progress. And if you're a fan of the show tiny house engaged members get to watch live. While i record the interviews for the tiny house lifestyle podcasts and ask questions of our guests. It's truly the best way to get advice and support on your tiny house. Journey and registration opens once every four to six weeks. The doors are closing this coming tuesday so head on over to the tiny house dot net slash engaged to learn more again. Registration closes on tuesday. So visit the tiny house dot net slash engage to learn more..

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"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

04:14 min | 4 months ago

"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"Sure. So we'll be putting hannah's dad's phone number in the show notes kidding aired. He's retired any knowsley. Well do you have maybe to make this fair because like the mural is pretty amazing. Do you have a favorite feature of the house that it besides the mural. I love how we did my bed. I'm so this is super cool but my bet is on Wills and it stores under about a foot and a half tall. I call it my lawf- but Putting off the ground and on top of that is my that split in half. Riser is my living room though. My bed rolls out from underneath my living room at night into into my kitchen. And it's a full-size said. I could have fit a queen. But i decided to go just a few inches. You know skinnier so that. I could kind of walk around my bed if i needed to was hoping it would be easier to make the bed cool But the rat. The rack ism From a pier one. That was going out of business. Is a rug display rack. So it's like this big metal Brett tangle with grid pattern and And we drilled some holes put wills castors on it and then the fancy rug display hardware where you can pull the rug out you know on the threat if the barn door lighting hardware which is crazy expensive for what it is so we were able to buy that with the rug display rack and then turn that into what my pocket dora. My bathroom operate. On so i think that's all for forty five dollars. Wow yeah so how long. I mean you've all these these kind of stories about finding these bees perfect these items that seem like perfectly re purposed. How long did the whole process take with with all of this. You know looking for materials. gosh i maybe five months. 'cause i bought the house at auction to i'd say no more than a month Before i graduated and then was able to start working on they fortified months. We were looking for stuff slash also the three months included in that. We were building amazing. Well now you must have worked tirelessly to get it. Done that quickly and find all those materials. Yeah i was. I had graduated and didn't have a job yet. I was about starting to one in las vegas and my mom wasn't working at the time either. So basically you had two people working fulltime on it and then my dad working from six. Pm to nine ten pm at night and then every weekend three months while it's a very inspiring story. And i thank you so much for for coming on the tiny house lifestyle podcast and sharing it with our listeners. Thank you so much. Thank you so much for having me. And i appreciate all of your time is for listening. Thank you so much to hannah. Dos for being a guest on the show. Today you can find the show notes including a full transcript of this episode and lots of photos of hammas amazing tiny home at the tiny house dot net slash one forty eight again. That's the tiny house dot net slash. One four eight also. Don't forget to go to the tiny house dot net slash in to learn more about the tiny house engage online community. I am welcoming new members. Starting on tuesday and i hope one of them. Is you all right. That's all for our show. I'm your host. Ethan waldman and i'll be back next week with another episode of the tiny house lifestyle podcast..

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"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

07:21 min | 4 months ago

"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"Have lows midst me up her countertop paint inside painted it a nice color match my kitchen and so my kitchen is out. A jewish had a little bit more counter space. I've been thinking lately about how you know you can make those hinged countertops that come up and just have one leg that swing out when you need them so. I'm thinking that that might be actor. I put my mini split in. It'll free the a huge a big column next my kitchen that heaters in the original heaters once that is gone and any split. I really used that or a lot. more storage. And maybe some swing out countertops awesome. What was the one biggest expense in the in the whole nine thousand dollar house. Oh gosh My toilet but it didn't have to be that expensive My dad got me a fancy toilet than i really didn't need. But the perk of it is is. It doesn't have a tank so that i don't have to worry about water sloshing around the we drive it anywhere interesting. Yeah it was a flush toilet but it's tankless. Yes but over that i would say it was probably the windows or the installation. And how. How did you insulated With our fourteen i believe is the number housing insulation just from lowe's okay so probably like fiberglass yes yes Well i i love this story. Because i think that it. It just goes to show that you have to get creative. You know if you wanna live tiny and you have a budget you have to get creative about how you do it because you know starting with a seven thousand dollar tiny house trailer. You're never gonna hit your number of nine thousand dollars if you start with this thousand dollar trailer so right you know right finding a different platform. He's railway trailers for example That's your creative idea. And just gets you started. Gets you in the door for such a lower price. I mean even if you had paid fifteen hundred for it that still would be a deal in my opinion right. Yeah and they came in different sizes. My dad actually bought one net about ten foot longer. And has i think ten foot ceilings. It is at the max capacity of what his duly could could tow though it did actually break an axle on his truck and that's completely unknow. Yeah unfurnished so. I would this. This trailer occurrence fully furnished weighs eleven thousand pounds. So it's not a lightweight situation. No well i mean also i think. What's what's cool about this. Is that these railway. Trailers were clearly built to last You know from the outside it. You see these driving around. You'll see like a job site trailer. And they look. I mean they look pretty cheaply built they will take. Rv's but like clearly this railway trailer was built to last and it reminds me of an interview that i that i did a couple months ago. with this gentleman who used an ambulance convert into a van and he kind of mentioned the same thing about how much better built. The ambulances are then. Rv's because they're really built their work vehicles they're built to last and so i think that's that's another kind of interesting hint to kind of look for look for a forum that was built for for work very true. Another thing i will say to is by. Rv parks here here at least in vegas have a lot of rules about your rig has to be ten years old or newer or else they won't let you in which i know about anything would go in vegas right but fairly a lot of our roles. Rv bart rules. and so. when i would call. And i'd be like. Hey i saw you had this rule about the tenure Year old or younger rig mind. My rig is technically outside from the eighties. But it's completely renovated. Everything's brand new. Is that okay and they were. I had a lot of people. Just go no. No no no no and so that was a hard realization. Because i came to vegas not even having a confirmed place park this thing and that was nerve wracking adam migraine for like three days coming across the country with this because i had no where to park it. Though i didn't finding a privately owned rb arcs. That makes their own rules. They still had that rule but they said that you know with the owner's permission on a case by case basis that they would let me in and so they looked at it and marco. Yeah this is great. Come on in so that was scary for a little while but and so with the flush toilet are. That's all plumbed in at the rv park where you are yes nice. Nice yeah it count. It didn't have holding tanks underneath. That came with it but they did need a little bit of welding work to them and I just plan to to common park. This thing in an rv park commute to work every day. So i didn't worry about restoring those tanks when i you know. I was fresh out of my master's degree in spent every sense on this trailer. That wasn't a ray snow other than than you and your family. Did you have any other help on this project. We had my one of my dad's friends come into the electric electric And we bought all the pies forum and paid in my four hundred dollars to stay some days and we traded him like you know we'll babysit your grandkids and entertain them and then we did have some really great neighbors who came in stuffed in some installations and Goodness of arts. Now we did have a little bit of help layer as well. That's awesome will the one one more thing. I want to ask about the house before we kind of turned to the to the book is The mural the paint job on the outside Can you tell us the story of of that. I'd like to tell you a little more. About tiny house engage engage. Members are also able to listen. Live as i record these podcasts and interviews and ask questions of our guests so if you're a big fan of the show tiny house engage is a great way to get an inside. 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"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

05:48 min | 5 months ago

"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"Now. Ghosn people are very busy. Builders who are obey thing they are choosing their will they will be yet Basis estate My sue the they will you still. I think well yes to who each. It's an international struggle right. They're getting a contractor to show up. It seems like nowhere in the world. Can you get to have. Well one thing that i like to ask. All of my guests. is do. You have any favorite books or other resources on design that you recommend yes. There are plenty of books long on them. I cannot remember the name. But it's no fun knowing from you if i've nowy fun link and and e you as e. r. r. e. like germany von architecture. It's a ball designing to be and dimensions of every possible structure and function nice. It's architecture of architects. mainland is. Okay it's gonna it's kind of expensive. I think it's gonna cost under under the is it. The is it the Let's see i found. I found it the exceptional pursuit of the norm new new. Firt nori nori for. Yeah nice any any other books that you like or i. Wou yes my. That's true out. Bill yes i recommended. I will I was working on at the for one year and Local press idea idea was who right boobs just on little big. I know i know works. I want to pay percents inflations. And so after that i is that is tax. The illustrations look look amazing. I'm just looking at the product page. You know it's clear that you are an architect and designer. Just in the in the in l. elucidations told up illustrations and working on another book about you and i initiate on. What's this next one on. It's just it's it's about the break house brick moslem muslim answering. Okay chick took my. It's a special focus on the checkup. Abraham how is that very common their masonry houses. Yeah i think ninety percent of all houses are own. Okay well like a very fake among people We have Pro-arab ma my house. Mike castle no right rather have it be made out of brick then out of would maybe because in gone through his own book guzzles from middle middle aged auto medieval middle medieval. Slow slow story. Just bring bit. Well joshua what's been i. I really appreciate you being on the show today. And thank you so much for all the wonderful designs that you've that you've put out into the world. I think report invitation. Thank you so much to joshua woodsmen being a guest on the show you can find the show notes including links to pinup houses at the tiny house dot net slash one. Forty seven again. That's the tiny house dot net slash. One four seven. I'll also include some of my favorite pinup houses on that page. So i'll put the images there and you can see some of my favorites also. Don't forget to check out tiny house decisions. The guide that. I wish i had when i was building my tiny house. I'm offering twenty percents off any package right now. At the tiny house dot net slash t hd and use the coupon code tiny for twenty percent off. Again that's the tiny house dot net slash t hd coupon code tiny for twenty percent off. Well that's all for this week. I'm your host ethan. Walden and i'll be back next week with another episode of the tiny house lifestyle podcast..

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"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

04:04 min | 5 months ago

"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"You something everytime everywhere you look. that's that's really great place to leave it. You've been touching inspiring guest. You've shared so much knowledge and information. And and i hope people do check out your website and youtube channel and patriot on. I'll post those links in the show notes page for this episode. Which afterward done people who are listening to this as an official episode. They'll hear what that is and great great uncle mud. Yeah i do want to mention The written an article that you can find on my patriot site or on mother. Earth news website of done a lot of articles and video at webinars and stuff from other earth news and One of the videos that we did was of my daughter's treehouse. When she turned eighteen she decided she was moving out which we thought was odd because she didn't have a job and she was in college but she ended up. She built a tree house and lived in it for two years at a a rudimentary kitchen and a And a composting toilet and electricity and and it. What it meant was that she had choices rather than taking all of the money that we could afford to give her and all the money to she could make to just barely stay alive while she scrambles through whatever degree she latches onto early on because she doesn't have choices I've become a real fan of of Helping people make it work through in multi generational family situations by giving people their own little breathing space even if they have to come in to the main house to do laundry and get the internet and go through the fridge. They've still got their tree house where they can sleep or there will shed where they go out and make their their loud music and or just be away from the rest of us Have their own space Having something that's your own Even if it's not on property that you own is really empowering a to give you economic and Freedom and also the intellectual freedom to say. Well what can i do. And what can i afford to What can i afford to to To mess up you know the banks. We talk about too big to fail. But with tiny houses with figuring out how to put An apartment in in your garage. Like i did to get through college with no debt but do it in a way that nobody could see because the neighborhood didn't like it. You know these type of things even if you fail and it costs you a couple of hundred bucks or you have to move more quickly than you thought you could find a way out and And do something that you can afford to fail at it rather being stuck and and that will give you the tools to succeed more later as well awesome. Thank you so much for being a guest on the show. Today this was this was awesome. Absolutely it's good to meet you I look forward to seeing more of your stuff to thank you so much to uncle for being a guest on the show. Today you can find the show notes from today's episode including images of uncle. Mud's cadre some embedded youtube videos and more at the tiny house dot net slash one. Four six again. That's the tiny house dot net slash. One forty six also. Don't forget to check out tiny house decisions. The guide that. I wish i had when i was building my tiny house. I'm offering twenty percents off any package right now. At the tiny house dot net slash t hd and use the coupon code tiny for twenty percent off. Again that's the tiny house dot net slash t hd coupon code tiny for twenty percent off. Well that's all for this week. I'm your host. Ethan waldman and i'll be back next week with another episode of the tiny house lifestyle podcast..

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"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

03:48 min | 5 months ago

"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"One of the big ones for interior especially is that the interior government. Actually put out a pamphlet about a year ago about how to design and build a tiny hominid interior coats. So that's a huge resource around here for people to look into because the strictest place north america to build if you follow that you can meet it anywhere. So that's a big one. And then i like to say. Our youtube channel is is a great resource for finding stuff a specific especially to interior for sure but same thing applies if it works here. It's going to work anywhere. And then after that man it's all is the school of hard knocks. It's figuring out what works and doesn't work and i just Sometimes a lot of trial and error and banging your head against the wall awesome. Daniela thank you so much. I have if you can stick around for another minute or two. I have to kind of bonus. Questions related back to the nest that i wanted to ask grow. Is it possible to do the nest with a loft and still be you know within the road height and have it be liveable comfortable. I your law tight ends up being Breed and a half feet on the one side and then two and a half on the other and But it does give you a storage loft that like we said if you store a mattress on a body up there later. That's completely up to you. No one's gonna come chase. You throw you in prison for doing something like that. But we do have designs for That same size in multiple different arrangements that do have lost them. Yes nice the my second bonus. Question is is related to the he'll piles. Which is you know. Many tiny house owners don't own the land and that is part of the appeal of you can own a tiny house without having to own the land and so there you know. Oftentimes striking agreements with with people to put tiny homes in in their backyards. How how high impact or the he'll go piles they. Can they be removed easily. You can just same machine back in again and make an unscrewing it in the other direction. Take everything out and then can they be reused even the good. I don't know the they're engineers on whether they accepted for sure but The other thing. I've said to people is worst case scenario. Is you dig out the shaft of the pier so six eight inches below grade and they just cut it off the grinder filled hole back in. Just leave it in the ground yet. Nice well i daniel dan. Now i'm gonna call you daniel because that's what it says on your website and when people go get your name daniel thank you so much for being a guest on the tiny house lifestyle. Podcast it was. It was great to have you on. Thanks for how it was. It was great. I love to talk about this stuff. Thank you so much to daniel for being a guest on the show. Today you can find the show notes from today's episode including links. To true north tiny homes. A transcript of the episode. That's a new feature and photos of some of their amazing homes at the tiny house dot net slash. One forty five again. That's the tiny house dot net slash. One four five well. That's all for this week. I'm your host. Ethan waldman and i'll be back next week with another episode of the tiny house lifestyle podcast..

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"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

08:05 min | 6 months ago

"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"Tiny house block has been featured on. Abc news san diego as well as the san diego reader. Melissa and john block welcome to the show. Thank you thank you yes. It's great great to have you both. So i'm just curious. I always like to ask you know. How did you get this idea to do a tiny house village and while like to start. And so i think like most people there i experienced. The tiny house was on tv and tiny house nation type shows and i just thought it was the cutest thing ever and i fortunately have a lot of land and live in a rural area and i thought why not let me try to find one and rented out. I was already in the property. Management business and familiar with rentals and i saw one for sale on craigslist and it was reasonably priced for what it was and it happened to be on tiny house hunters episode so i saw it. I loved it. I brought it over to my property. Set it up and it was just history from there. everyone loved it. The response was overwhelming. Everyone wanted to living it in from there. I got a few more. And then i unfortunately ran into a zoning issue and had to then find a way to relocate them and so we spoke with one of our agents bills to agents and fortunately he was connected with someone that was telling an. Rv parks that was in very bad shape. And i went up. Visited it and i was just right away knew that it was going to be the perfect spot to have. The first village was up in the mountains. Had pined fees everywhere. I had never even been to the area before it even know it existed really san diego. It's one of the few places. I get snow. And so i just had the vision for how i could see it with. All tiny houses air in started. Wow so you really kind of group bootstrap this one tiny house and then onto the next in the next yup it started had my own makeshift village with about five houses. And that was kinda like the prototype to see you. People wanna live among other tiny house. People his just what kind of inspired me was the martha's vineyard pottage is in massachusetts. And they're not on wheels but they are really small houses with that. You need look to the outside. I'll different personality. And i was in love with the idea. And just how that would be really popular in san diego people wanting to live in a community of these adorable little houses each with their own. Look and vibe live among other people with tiny houses. And so that's brought that idea san diego so the the zony issue that you ran into. I'm guessing it was just you had too many dwellings on on one parcel Yes at the time now. Full legal to have won back when i started With the what on my properties two thousand seventeen. We weren't allowed any at all. And so when i was really pushing it with five and so i was usually. It's a neighbor beast complaint system where you're fine can go under the radar until someone notices it and calls the county planes. And i was fine with that. Was my own mistake was that we had soler installed at the property and one of the permitting people from the county saw those structures and all them out for not being there so Have to move. But otherwise i mean the community liked it. People saw it like the neighbors Have any issues with it. I'm so now it's legal to have one and were these. Were these short term rentals that you were running or were they like long long term tenants. They were on a month to month basis. Because i knew that there was possible at any moment. Zoning would come down but the idea was yes for long-term that these people were found that when they had to move and had to give notice about it when donate so they can have them. So the i'm guessing. You're now outside of the city of san diego in this. This new location. We're still in county of san diego but not in the city limits definitely in that they call the backcountry sandiego. Got it six thousand feet in the mountains. Very nice so john. How did you get involved in the project. I intersected when melissa. Just acquire the rv park which we could have the twenty-five tiny houses there because it was the same zoning as rv's is your homes on wheels would be tiny houses on wheels. I come from a background of producing a vast whether it's music and arts events or personal growth seminars. And i was really drawn to what i ultimately define as our four core values or the village. Minimalism nature community in creativity. And is i saw. This is a real opportunity to make a distinct difference in people's lives in ways that i could not just doing events for one or few days when people actually live there and were interacting with each other. So with a minimalism folks. Having to really pare down their belongings and just get off at mcmansions hamster wheel. Not lust for more than really. Have the jill down. What really matter. So the nature of the fact that we're surrounded by cleveland national forest. I just know be in nature myself just brings out the best in you release stress. You can just tune in become the best version of yourself community. I've lived in neighborhoods all my life where i didn't know my neighbors where it was awkward. Actually stop and have a conversation with them. What would it be like to have a community where you were far enough out from the city where you had to really look to each other and adding community dinners bonfires and this has been something. That's happened a lot. And then the fourth value creativity to me that just means created life. I in the default life so can be artistic expression or can be inventing a new business. These are some things that we've seen happen village. That's awesome so you've seen real community kind of flour there. Yeah it's really beautiful. How people have on their backs. One radical thing is the fact that being in six thousand feet elevation. We experienced all four seasons out there though. It's like living in colorado. It's that kind of weather so it's as of today. We are in the first week of november and started snowing already an on off snow until april so in that time. People will have each other's backs but there's only so much we can do. We don't live on site and people have a sense of ownership and it'll be something like hey i'm going into town. Grew tax with all the residents there to make the request. And we'll a things you know for for one another. I think that's really nice. I love it but personally the most during the summertime where it's a bit cooler than it would be on the rest of san diego nights particularly bonfires every single weekend People will commiserated different tiny homes usually. It's the five hundred square foot. One will be the rally place for obvious reasons. It's really wonderful. To see people have become really close friends. Romantic couples in some cases to a nice so the rv park. I've heard of this as kind of a model for being able to more easily. Get it through on the legal front..

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"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

07:23 min | 8 months ago

"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"All, right I am here with Baileigh Carlton, after getting married on the family homestead, Bailey and bjorn started their tiny adventure in a micro tiny house in Alaska. They upgraded from one hundred twelve square feet to two hundred, four square feet a year later when their third child was born. After four years when they had saved up enough money for a traditional home, they bought a school bus, converted it into a luxury schooley and traveled coast to coast looking for their forever home finally choosing Fort Collins Colorado. Now they are living their best life in their conventional home. Bailey owns an online shop Bailey blossom and Co and is also working on outlast homestead with job Melton. A home setting youtube competition where the winners get the title to the land. Bailey. Welcome to the show. I think spanning me. You're very, very welcome W-what, what a story I remember kind of checking out your website. As it was happening but maybe you could run me through your progression of tiny houses because I count I count three with the Schooley. There has been three. So yeah, we started. We are very impulse shoppers apparently when it comes to tiny houses and so there was a craigslist advertisement or a food truck. And I saw it and I was like, oh, Megan is a tiny house and my husband had like, no, and I was like, let's just go see it and he humored me and he got in there and he was like, let's do it. And I was like no do small. But we ended up with that tiny house and it was one hundred twelve square feet micro. And we built it out in Alaska and lived there. But we kept having children. So we needed to upgrade. So we upgraded to two hundred, four square feet that was. Actually on tiny house nation we weren't on tiny house nation, but it was built there. and. We loved that tiny house. It was everything that we could have imagined in a space. But then we had saved up enough money to purchase traditional. So we just didn't aware that would be the we traveled re by a school bus another impulse purchase on craigslist. retrofitted it, and then took off from Washington state to Florida, and then went back and on our way back we were gonNA, turn left and go to Austin or turn rate and go to Colorado, and we ended up in Colorado and New Year. So. You mentioned that the two hundred four square foot house kind of had everything you could have imagined. What? What were some of the things that you know that extra hundred square feet afforded you when you move from the micro house to the tiny house Yeah, that's an excellent question. So we. Were really wanting a double loft for the adults in a loft for the kids? We also were wanting a very large kitchen. We have a lot of allergies so we are able to eat out. So everything has to be made at our house in our safe kitchen. So this one had a massive kitchen. It also had a massive fridge. Freezer. We added in a Washer Dryer and even a dishwasher. Awesome. So Yeah it was it was absolutely incredible. And how many kids? How many people lived in that two hundred, four square foot. My husband and myself and my two little and then. My third little came. While we lived in that tiny house. And is that is that the famous title? House. Birth Story. That is her name and maybe and she was born in bookshelf she was born at home. In my previous life before being married and having kids I was of a midwifery student. So I've always been really passionate about home birth and I finally got humber that home and it was beautiful and lovely and we're so glad she's here. That's awesome. Congratulations. So I could see how adding an infant to to the to loft setup could make things. Kind of difficult and I wouldn't blame you if you had just immediately been like, okay. We need to buy something a little bit bigger, but you went the schooling route. Yeah we did so our choice to live tiny was very financial than my husband is a teacher and I wanted to be a stay at home mom. So managing that budget we chose that having the financial freedom of small living space was the right choice there. And we actually managed to become debt free, and that's when we thought we would stop living in a tiny house. We have assessed the situation and decided that we still liked this lifestyle. So we kept going and we were able to save enough money or a traditional house. So the bus came into the picture when we realized we didn't want to live forever where we were. So we purchased the bus to travel the United States and try to find the home very raise her family. So. What? What was there anything else about? The tiny house that made you decide that you you wanted to move on other than just like needing more space. Yeah I think that the. It was really It was wanting firmware space I. Think our kids were getting big enough to the point where two loss wasn't enough and you had three kids and it wasn't. We did actually add a third bedroom into it so we have Olympic. Room area and we added a fold down bed but converting that space everyday into a bedroom, and then until living space Leonard two bedroom versus getting really exhausting and frustrating. So we knew at that with three Lille's in that smallest as like it was time time to get bigger and really honestly I say that we moved. Into a conventional house, but our house is only nine hundred square feet so. I mean when he considered by people, I don't know it's still a relatively small house. Yeah. Absolutely. Five people in nine hundred square feet. Per Person still pretty tiny. How many bedrooms is the new place? The new place is three bedrooms, but we have a plan to add a second floor on to it and it all before. So there are all one bedroom for each of us. That's great. Yeah. So. I'm curious about I want to hear more about the school because you know. They're certainly some I. Guess in my mind I'm saying, wow, they saved up money for a for house and then you know in a way. Buying a school is something of a gamble I'm you don't know. If. It's GonNa last is it going to be re sellable Can you take me through that thought process there?.

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"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

14:35 min | 1 year ago

"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"The modular pieces. Stacked lengthwise is or can they be side to side as well so they. They're basically in a longitudinal plane. I suppose but then if you have a second. Multiple cultural are a second nest house as part of the setup sites studio. I'll say it's an additional living module than it can be optimal to sign goal. or it can be. He's lying or it could be at ninety degrees so I mean what we're dealing with. Here is the concept of accounting. Basically everything is a caravan are found in the sense that is movable is isn't a wheels planning lower in the UK anyway. That's one of the key. The key elements okay and I WANNA get to all that legality in a little bit so in your bio you. You mentioned that you're building about two to three the of these either nest pods or nest houses per year. How far out what? What's the wait list like? Oh well it fairies aries and it goes up and down by rapidly. The one thing I have come to realize with tiny houses on. It's probably the same in any property based business. Let me think I have had this month. Three promises of the start of work which have all gone on the two who've gone past shaped through various divall situation or a planning situation or a finance situation they up all the time as of today as it stands on bookshop till twenty twenty one but as I only bill to three yeah announce deliberate really because that's how long it takes to build one between four and six months depending on the level of finished cipher s Ford but also because then typically have a month off before I saw another one. I kind of don't do what I do just for the money I'm very. I'm very la keeping slightly later in life than a young spring chicken like you in this. I'm not a not full force to animal. I have a passion Ford I do so therefore is nice to keep it going and But yeah that's that's where I am right now. I am on building a nest off lumens on then another two three line off about excellent. While it's it's clear that you know that passion and the love of what you're doing it it comes through in the buildings thank you and I'm I'm excited for people to check them out and see them if they haven't and so I actually Have recently started accepting questions from listeners. Call in questions Sion's and I got a question from someone named Alex and I was hoping you could help me answer it. Okay I'M GONNA go ahead and play it Hopefully people will be able able to hear it so. Just Gimme a SEC. I would like to know more about tie to build one of these tiny high-seas and my garden pardon and Scotland. and I wonder if there's anybody that is GonNa think or is currently doing workshops. Became loan workshops hopes that could tell with the basics just to get me started on. Cue All right so it sounds like Alex's Alexis maybe a diy interested in buying a tiny house and You know what what. Resources are out there in Scotland for for people. Oh who want to build. I mean to be honest Nelson. Lots I'm sure you'll direction to be honest. mean you know. It's probably very difficult. But you guys in North America to get any kind of perspective on where tiny houses the rest of the world. It's difficult for people in the US. To get perspective on anything. I I saw in the six years. I've been involved specifically in China's I I've seen changes I've seen I've seen changes about what's happening state nightside with you on. I'm very aware now. The era hundreds more builders in there were five years ago professional builders me In in Europe on each massive changes the from the first one or two tough in France and now France Germany the Netherlands. There is an active tiny house. US professional building market with new companies coming to mock it all the time I mean the one thing I love about the tiny house movement as as it is in America is that you do have thought ethos himself building I always having being a self starter myself in a self teacher and and somebody just went and got on with what they wanted to do. I I do think that is the fundamental to have in life to be able to actually get on a Nazi see barriers things you know one of my one of my absolute heroes in. All of this is kind of Soza linked to the tiny house movement as a finger during his while. beloit con from shelter publications onto. I send Lloyd over here to the toper here a couple of years ago. I don't want to the things that I was read. A mold of his books and actually the nest house is being. His book is banned in small loans. I'm very proud of but you said said if you stuck about how to start something you've you've just actually got to start you know you can you. Can some people. People do pursue endlessly. How do I went away? What should I how an actually the thing is actually to start and even if you stop completely the way way you'll start learning and I think it really brought home the immediacy of actually getting stuck in in doing it? I've never had that problem myself health. Because I'm I'm a bit of a maverick a free thing crisis so it was came very naturally to me is a slightly autistic person. I would plunge in and do something and I think some people need to be told. Some people need to be told but actually don't wait for the rules. Don't wait for the or someone to tell you town to show you the right way. You can do something because let's face it. There are so many ways you can do it and so no one has a defacto loans to do that. So so my thought is always just plunge in it. Okay you have to research and you have to look at what's out there. They're all resources and so much on the Internet that I'm kind of caught in an awkward situation with enquiries like this because I do get a lot of people emailed me through the website and I do find. There are an awful lot of people. Who they they see the potential immediately Egypt in the vision of a tiny house and think can see how it could potentially solve some of the issues in life? Whether that's an affordability issue if you or if actually living somewhere nice as opposed to living in squalid conditions or whatever the thing I find that in not initial reaction is potentially a long way from being able to realize the solution and it brings in so many complications allegations that people doing everyday is a professional. have no idea what about yet. Funding's going to come from where they're gonNA put it at his legal. How can they get insurance Florence? How actually GONNA build it? What's the best way to build on? I guess what I've done over the over the time on being involved is that working the way I do look into my own. I've got to kind of Clamp down on a lot of the free information in the sense that I tend to my my general root for someone is to come in consultation with me which here's a two to three hour usually three plus sit down consultation to through able to achieve. What solutions out there? In order to achieve bit. That's generally of course if they want me to build something full them although I have done it for self billed as well but equally I think that puts puts me in a difficult position because there is a liability issue that insurance wise. I have profession insurance as a tradesman but you have to be careful what you convince people to do what they go often. I mean I saw I saw trailers for self built for example right so people can actually buy retrial for me exactly like I used to sponsor but I have a a health warning with those that you do. This is totally up to you. Yeah I I mean I would say that it sounds like there. Aren't any people running workshops how to build a tiny house. But I'm not sure if there's anything we have in the states an organization called habitat for humanity that builds build houses for for low income people and people in need and you can volunteer for habitat for example and at least get some of those hands on skills I mean many people have never ever framed awhile before absolutely another option would be. I'm not sure if there's you know a group of enthusiasts or you know it was some kind of tiny house interest group but to put it out there and say is anybody building. Diy Right now. Can I come and help and just watch. There are a couple from community pages on facebook where people are doing that for the UK and the other walnut. I know down in Bristol. At the moment there is there is a group bowl. Tiny House Bristol. they are actually looking at doing community community land initiative to build tiny houses. And they're getting support from the local council to do that the other thing. I should mention opposes that I was involved. In Social Bites Tiny House village in Edinburgh. Which I think three years ago they approached me often? Designed the next house prototype because they were looking for housing multiple for this village concepts. So Joshua Johnson Started this social enterprise six or seven years ago now and they run it through coffee shops in various cities in Scotland where they employ about thirty forty fifty percent of the Stoffel homeless people but then they also have. There will obviously obviously the nonprofit because there are community enterprise and they have clever ideas like layaway so she go in and buy your morning coffee. You can the sign for someone who's homeless as well while the judge shot the tiger of actually trying to drive the very difficult homeless problem in Scotland towards a solution which we could help in about away so he came up with the village idea. Having excellent support from Edinburgh Council themselves who had development land that they could effectively lend us all these lease in the short term so that has been running full. Oh by tasty months now on eleven nest houses on that site adding Bra a two bedroom houses. Sto Together Way hub building which is a community hob weather. I learn skills communally. They cook and eat community as well as having their own their own house us with a buddy system running in there and they have cameras. Twenty four seven onsite so I think she they just. They just announced last month that they had moved through the first six members onto full-time housing from from being inland so an interesting in because when when we did that an I have to stress. That wasn't just me involved in I. I did the design concept but there were hundreds of companies in Scotland contributions that timing climbing products Jet which was an amazing community efforts. The the interesting thing is while we were doing it. We office from a lot of people to get involved in volunteer. The chocolate we find. Is that the health and safety side of things off. Makes this theory difficult. The houses themselves professionally built. We weren't in a situation where we could people come on site and teach them framing framing framing within a couple of days and actually learn the skills on the job is often a lot of the problem these days as far as I'm sure you probably have the same the same issues of health and safety in terms of teaching letting people work on a build. Yeah I mean I mean. The stops thing isn't that safety is paramount these days. Yeah and that's what I've seen. Is that a lot of the tiny house. Education out. There has has moved away from being hands on just because it is so difficult to get the insurance to do it and also just to ensure people safety because really I mean. There's a reason why it's hard to get insurance to hand amateurs a chop saw and have them go up on ladders. It's because it's dangerous on and we have I've seen wonderful schemes like with wikki house. Wicky House did a community led Wine Edinburgh literally twenty people just rolled up that morning and handling rioters and things like not within a few hours. And you know all arguing over how best to build on something. I mean it can be. I couldn't handle it myself as a pro because you have to think about what you're doing but some but then how'd you get people to learn it is. It's a difficult thing..

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"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

09:06 min | 1 year ago

"tiny" Discussed on Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

"To work at a job in blocking and so that experience is something that I want people to get the fact back that so I just recently moved my home. I've been here for a month in on a farm in what we're working on building a an Agra Hood community around the farm and the conversation is there they are farms available people of color have farms and so the conversation on how to Bill Oh community around tiny houses as part of an Agra Hood and home ownership in helping you you know even if the the farm owner is interested in living in a tiny house but you're allowing an opportunity for those people to live on your farm so you're allowing them have their tiny the home theater they are helped me financially and so it's a shared experience in that how wealth-building happens for you know the land owner for the homeowner in for people to get out of debt for me. It's been a process in being able to live that freer lighter lifestyle. I don't have a home mortgage on paying for light rain. I don't necessarily surly want a own land because I don't want to really be anything but my house is paid for in so that you know that the bonus that I was able to to meet that would have taken me with my you know the home that I own the thirty year mortgage and so those conversations so they are able to get to you know less sir. My entire dream was to be able to be in a position where I choose a job based on Mike Pence's versus choose a job based so Mike Pence's versus my expenses choosing the for me you know the amount of money that you have to make to pay for these expenses determines type of job that you have to to pay and I wanted to do that completely opposite field to make decisions on interest I know because my expenses aren't dictating those kinds of things and so that's the the opportunity that a tiny houses provided for me yeah. Those are all really great points. I wanted to follow up and ask about Agra. Hood is that like agricultural neighborhood absolutely absolutely so we're in the development stages but that's exactly what it is building a neighborhood around agriculture around a farm and it's being done in other places even with large sites owns where you know everybody's doing the the farm to table experienced at this point that what we are attempting to build on a smaller scale was smaller homes and just as a prototype right to hopefully show that it can work into p interest as people are looking into you know living smaller are in in more even more so from perspective in knowing where your food is growing and being able to be involved in that farm from two tiny arms. I like that. I have to remember that all right. You can have that one thank you. You're welcome. Thank you so much so you do a lot. I'm I'm looking at things things I do on your website tiny house owner and advocate consultant project manager designed and professional build services contractor Management Material Sourcing Author Editor Downer of Tiny House trailblazers so that's a that's a big list of things that you do for people I try. I really so for for me. I think I discovered passion. moving into this because I love my home. You know it hasn't been without its challenges like right. Now I feel you like I'm in the challenge with having relocated to this new space than having put in the infrastructure and getting my house that back up so that you know all of that is is is a challenge. It's not cheap is not you know without a lot of art work but it's something that makes me feel good especially to get to the end result into his his t you know we're here and now we're moving on to another project and I realized that not everybody knows out to do that and so to be able to offer board that assistant that other people has been something that I realized was a gift in in so that where I am what open door awesome oh one thing that I like to ask all my guests is what are two or three resources like books or even like people youtube channels that that helped you along the way that you'd like to share wow and now I can't think of my My go-to book This is awful. I needed some preparation for this. I had a I call them my tiny House Bible. It was just oh I can't think of the author's name. I can't think it's a complete blank right now. It's okay I I. I'm bad I always throw this question of people without notice I have to I'm gonNA email you. I'm so embarrassed I can't can't remember. The name of the book or the author can probably guess since you're you started like four or five years ago. Was it Dan Louche. Thank thank you thank you thank you yes. I was like it was on the tip of my tongue. That was my Go-to Book Yeah Brian. It broke everything down. Even I didn't build the old my home that way. It helped me be able to have the conversations with my builder. died helped me understand the stuff that he was talking about. It helped me understand and the things that had done a bill and it was an easy read like though I had my bookmark than it for stuff that I needed to remember and I actually told from that when I met him. He was just like that was my book and I actually have two of them because I thought lost mine and quickly ordered another one and then it earned back up but that was my Go-to book I also what the forbidden does from the Morrison to from the ground up in just going through a bill there was a a very very long white but then it it helped just Kinda like Dan's book put it all together about a bill in the and starring Claire and that's such a great point that you just made that even if you're not gonNA build the House yourself to to arm yourself off with a little bit of knowledge and you know both Dan's book and the Morrison's are both you know reputable experienced people so oh you can you can watch those and then when your contractor is doing something that is funky. You're gonNA notice and say. Why are you doing this this way right right. That's what I in my consultations so I always feel like if you're working with a reputable reputable builder and you're able to kind of walk away and and and know that they're going to build like suppose we built then you don't have to arm yourself with that knowledge me going into it because I was it was a new movement. There weren't builders the tiny house builders at the time I end my mind is I'm a project manager. Salon mind operate in. I need to know everything from agency so the the book and the videos provided that opportunity so that I can design an no as it was being built that it was built the standard that I need built built and so it was absolutely valuable knowledge and then just you know over the course of on like I said a sports all material the bill so I can tell you every piece of material. It's in the house how it was bill. I was I did have the luxury of being on fight. Every day as the bills was happening so that dat knowledge you know bond with the research that I've done just has led to the passion that I have now because I'm you know I don't necessarily do do a lot of the physical work but I know how it's supposed right and just thank you for sharing all that and I'm sure that people who do get to work with you. You are very grateful for what you what you can bring to the conversation. Thank you thank you for me because I would have been so upset if I couldn't come up with the book you know I'm GONNA as an action item from this interview. I'm going to start giving my guests a heads up because I I'm not like trying to send a throw a Gotcha question anyone and have them stumble so yeah. If not memory was better I would have gotten it right then because I knew it. It's like the front of the book. I actually just looked at the book the other day and I was like someone dual. You know it is in the name of the book the thank you for saving. You're welcome well Joe Pearson. It was so wonderful to meet you and thank you so much for being on the show. Thank you thank you so much for having me you.

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