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We often have a lot more possibilities at work than we realize. Best selling author Bob Rosner and corporate recruiter and "suit' Bea Swanson discuss how to increase your options at work. WorkImprov is a podcast conversation where you can gain new insight about suriving the workplace grind.
They say the heart of the home is the kitchen. It is the place where family and friends gather. So when remodeling or redesigning your kitchen there are many options that will make your life easier while cooking your family meals, entertaining family/friends or for your holiday gatherings. From types of drawers and cabinet options to trendy styles and styles to evoke warmth there are many choices to capture the feel and function you are seeking.
Our guest today is Margaret Windhausen with Ambassador Kitchen and Bath in Fort Myers Fl. She has over 20 years experience in kitchen design and will bechating with us about the latest options that you can add to make your life easier.
For more information visit Ambassador Kitchen
Dr Robert Malone Jr and Tiffany Willis-Gilmore, MPH discuss options
Ann Gadzikowski has more than 25 years of experience working in the field of early childhood education as a teacher and school administrator. Ann is the author of other books in early childhood development. She is a prolific writer of curriculum materials such as classroom readers, teacher guides, and textbooks. Her two previous publications for Redleaf Press include Story Dictation: A Guide for Early Childhood Professionals (2007) and Challenging Exceptionally Bright Children in Early Childhood Classrooms (2013). As graduate of Northwestern University and the Erikson Institute, Ann is frequently a presenter at education conferences, such as the National Association for the Education of Young Children and the National Association for Gifted Children. Currently, Ann serves as the early childhood coordinator for Northwestern University’s Center for Talent Development where she manages Leapfrog, a summer enrichment program for young children. She also teaches early childhood courses at Oakton Community College.
Ann Gadzikowski is here to talk with us about her new book: 'Creating a Beautiful Mess: Ten Essential Play Experiences For a Joyous Childhood'
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For many years our government has been deceiving us: we are the most lied to nation on earth. Autism is a tremendous problem that affects everyone, a major public health crisis of unequalled proportions, and yet our government refuses to acknowledge it as such. Jon E. Mica’s book 'The Autistic Holocaust: The Reason Our Children Keep Getting Sick' accuses the federal government of having a corrupt and morally unsound relationship with “Big Pharma.” Noting the dramatic rise in cases of autism in the United States since the 1970s, The Autistic Holocaust discusses the rampant misuse and dangers associated with vaccinations. His book argues that the Center for Disease Control has lied to the American public by presenting inaccurate data on annual flu deaths and, along with the Vaccine Safety Datalink, has buried damaging research on the perils of vaccines. Written by a parent of a child suffering from Asperger syndrome, this book is a mustread for anyone concerned with the neurological brain disorder. It is clearly evident from the testimony given in the OCGR hearing that the CDC is being completely evasive, and genuinely disinterested in preventing or curing autism. They signed a secret contract with a private company for $195 million, to keep the Vaccine Safety Datalink hidden from all external researchers. The VSD is what determines vaccine safety. And is the basis of policy which our government determines if we should be vaccinating our children or not. Big Pharma and the CDC have been poisoning our kids and making them sick for years. The CDC and Pharma knew over 10 years ago that thimerosal had an association to neurodevelopmental disorders and autism. They proved it themselves. Then they hid the truth in the VSD.
This week on Littany we will be discussing both Days of Our Lives and The Bold and the Beautiful. A lot has happened on both shows and we are excited to be back chatting with you all!
The new writing team has officially made it's debut on Days and already we are seeing a much different style and tempo. Some fans are estatic while others feel that fan favorites are being left in the dust. This week we will be focusing on veteran returns and where we think certain stories are going. Also, we will be discussing what pairings and upcoming stories we are most looking forward to.
The Bold and the Beautiful continues to maintain it's speed with a blackmail story and major conflict amongst some of it's main players. We have also seen a major transformation in one characer that some fans love and others aren't on board with. Join us as we discuss current stories and more!
Vulvodynia, simply put, is chronic vulvar pain without an identifiable cause. The location, constancy and severity of the pain vary among sufferers.
Please join us in talking with Dr. Lamvu about this complex and often misunderstood condition.
Dr. Lamvu is Medical Unit Director of Gynecology and Director of the Fellowship in Advanced Gynecologic Disorders and Minimally-Invasive Surgery at Florida Hospital. She serves on the board for the International Pelvic Pain Society and is internationally recognized for promoting research of chronic pelvic pain disorders. Dr. Lamvu and the physicians at Advanced & Minimally Invasive Gynecology offer patients new and advanced treatment options for advanced gynecologic disorders. These include chronic pelvic pain, endometriosis, interstitial cystitis, incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, abnormal bleeding and benign pelvic masses such as fibroids and ovarian cysts. This advanced gynecology practice is located in the Health Village by Florida Hospital Orlando.
Nina C. Payne a wife, a mother of two, and a yoga instructor. Nina love's yoga beyond physical postures, and find's great pleasure in studying the philosophy, psychology, and physiology of yoga. Nina's debut novel, Moments in Time, is strongly inspired by her real-life experiences. Having lost her brother to cancer and then her father four months later to a broken heart, it explores the obstacles many of us face and the courage it takes to overcome them. Nina, also a poet with a passion for reading, music, hiking, rain forests, cooking, and long walks on the beach.
Nina will be talking with us about her journey through loss and grief. Using yoga to find herself, again.
Nina C Payne
Moments in Time
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Puget Sound Energy (PSE) has a complicated history on Bainbridge Island. There are frequent power outages and a need for more infrastructure, but push back from a community with an interest in reducing its carbon footprint, concern about aesthetics, and a new desire via the Island Power initiative to own and control its own nonprofit electric utility.
Andy Wappler is vice president of Corporate Affairs for Puget Sound Energy, and leads groups that are charged with coordinating customer/community outreach and enhancing data capability. He is also chairman and president of Puget Sound Energy Foundation, dedicated to promoting safety and emergency preparedness within PSE’s service territory.
Join a conversation about PSE's history with the island, plans for the future, and what's being done to prevent the number of outages.
Has your boss, or another co-worker ever yelled at you? How did you feel? What did you do about it? Perhaps it made you feel angry, frustrated and upset and you kept it inside. Or perhaps you complained to Human Resources or some higher authority within your company. Or did you yell back, or walk away or even quit your job?
These may seem like the only options available to you and, if you're anything like most of the people I work with, you will have felt powerless and kept everything to yourself, resulting in feelings of stress, anxiety and frustration that lead to physical pain.
Step 1 - It's Really Not About You
The first step is to recognize that when someone yells at you or makes you feel bad, it's because their own insecurities are coming up.
Step 2 - Ask Yourself These Questions
The second step is to ask yourself some questions:
What it is that you need to learn about yourself from this situation?
Why have you attracted this particular situation into your life?
How is this person making you feel?
What insecurities and fears has this person triggered in you?
Turning the focus away from the other person and their behavior in this way helps you to take your power back and stop feeling like a victim.
(look up article Bullying in the workplace)
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