• 00:31

    Shift the Bed

    in Culture

    SHIFT the BED can be translated into “you’ve made your bed, now lie in it”. And just how many of us are ready to SHIFT out situations we have created that no longer serve us… No particular situation and ANY situation perhaps!  Then you will get a chuckle out of this segment of SHIFT, the weekly program hosted by Founder and Creator of the digital magazine, The Magic Happens, Editor and contributing writer, Kathleen Anne McCarthy and Editor and contributing writer at The Magic Happens;  Best Selling, award-winning published author, Annette Rochelle Aben.  The Magic Happens is a digital world home to a community of writers who are thriving out loud! Enjoy these two thinking ladies who are open to shifting perspectives on many things. The doors are wide open to lots of conversational opportunities. Listen weekly, FOLLOW the program at www.blogtalkradio.com/themagichappens and comment on the show at www.facebook.com/themagichappens . TWEET us and PIN your thoughts with us on PINTEREST!  Writers are welcome to JOIN The Magic Happens family!  Contact Kat @ kat@themagichappens.com FOLLOW the great reads and writers in our digital magazine www.themagichappens.com This program, SHIFT is LIVE 12Noon EST every Sunday! 

  • 02:00

    BED BUGS

    in Entertainment

    Bedbug facts
    Bedbugs are small oval insects that feed by sucking blood from humans or animals. Bedbugs do not fly.
    Bedbugs can live anywhere in the home. They can live in cracks in furniture or in any type of textile, including upholstered furniture. They are most common in beds, including the mattress, box springs, and bed frames.
    Bedbugs are most active at night. They may bite any exposed areas of skin while an individual is sleeping. Common locations for bedbug bites are the face, neck, hands, and arms.
    A bedbug bite is painless and is generally not noticed. The bites may be mistaken for... We will find out a cure once in for all. & more on How to stop a divorce.

  • 02:07

    Bed Time Attire- Flipping the Script!

    in Romance

    Kathryn Knight, 40, is a writer and lives in London with her husband Duncan Adams 30, a civil servant. She says:


    I gave up nightwear quite late. During my years of flat-sharing in my 20s I was a devoted wearer of incredibly unsexy nightwear: buttoned-up, long-sleeved, ankle-skimming PJs decorated with cute animals. They got discarded at the request of the first boyfriend I moved in with who was a fan of letting it all hang out once bedtime beckoned.


    I found I liked the sensation of clambering into bed unencumbered by clothing, of nothing coming between me and my crisp cotton sheets. And so, when the relationship ended, I took the habit with me.


     


    I’ve never gone back, especially since, when I met my now husband seven years ago, I discovered he also liked to sleep naked and was astonished at the very notion of sporting nightwear.


     


    'I adore being skin on skin with my man'


    Of course, I’m sure he would periodically like me to shimmy in to bed wearing a piece of satin sauciness — certainly, encouragement has been shown in that department, gift-wise — but while time has marched on since the early days of our courtship, he apparently remains happy enough with my naked form beside him.


    Long may it continue: skin on skin sleeping has a lovely intimacy about it, and I intend to enjoy it for as long as I can avoid the inevitable slide into flannelette. Going to bed in the nip is my last stand against the relentless approach of middle age.



     

  • 01:25

    Why are crazy women better in bed?

    in Comedy

    You've all heard the stories from your friends.... Are crazy women really better in bed? Why do men think that and what makes them want to be with a crazy girl?

  • 00:31

    Dealing with Bed Bugs

    in Business

    Avoding The Mistake So Many of Us Make in transmitting Bed Bugs to our home.

  • 01:10

    Black Bed Sheet Studios Updates with Nicholas Grabowsky

    in Movies

    It's a previously unplanned show; while Francy is working her new job on a rare Sunday night shift, Nicholas Grabowsky wanted to broadcast a show for the sake of updating everyone on the progress of Black Bed Sheet Studios. He's going to throw down a few shots and chat a short while about what's going on with us and all the cool stuff in the works for a half hour or so.

  • 00:54

    7 Very Real Threats Most People Aren’t Ready For, 20 Bug Out Location Considerat

    in Prepping

    In addition to the above topics I will also be talking about


    The New Sneaky Tactic Gun Control Advocates Are Embracing


    and


    People Who Panic In An Emergency, as well as,


    15 Clever Excuses Why Obama Failed to Stand Up for Freedom in France After the Terror Attacks


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  • 00:34

    How To Make Your Bed Properly 7pm cst

    in Women

    Mama always said, you made your bed, you lie in it.  How many times you wish you'd made that bed differently?  Fear not, there is always a way to repair the choices we've made even if we can change the past.  Find out how on Blogtalk Radio, Phenomenal Women With Value

  • What To Do When They're "Bad In Bed?"

    in Relationships

    Ok, we have now come to the always very interesting topic of sex! In this episode we will be discussing "What To Do When They're Bad In Bed." People have sex not only to procreate, but to have a pleasant experience while in the process of having sex, but more times than many of us would like to admit, we may be left feeling dissatisfied. So the question is raised, What To Do When They're Bad In Bed? Let's Talk About It!

  • 00:13

    Introduction to Andy Shaw's Creating and Using a Bug Free Mind

    in Marketing

    Start changing your life today! 5 chapters 100% free download of valuable Mindset material that work!


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  • 02:00

    "Bug out" or "shelter-in-place"?

    in Politics Conservative

    If faced with an approaching or developing disaster, what's the best course of action to deal with it?


    Do you hunker down and stay in place, or do you evacuate - aka "bug out" in prepper terminology?


    A lot depends on what the disaster is, and how it's unfolding. 


    We'll take a look at some scenarios, including those ripped from this week's headlines.


    We're not nearly so enamored with the "bug out" option as others in preparedness circles.


    We make our case, share our insights, and welcome your input beginning at one o'clock EDT


     


     

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