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Something that has been an issue for me ALL THE TIME! I used to space out during tests, apparently, I still do. But we can move forward. We can take the tests again.
We think it's about remembering what we're supposed to know. I'm starting the learn that it's more about embodying the ideas. There's more to learning than memorization. I think we get confused by this.
I'm less confused, now, than I was growing up and going to school. Let's talk about it. Let's see what we can learn, together.
Is it possible for a woman to freeze her eggs or ovarian tissue to use later when she is ready to become a mother? Are there any advantages to freezing eggs when going through IVF? Can frozen eggs be sued for a donor egg IVF cycle. Does it cost less to use frozen eggs for a donor cycle. Is it safe to freeze your eggs? Join our guests, Dr. Dan Shapiro is the medical director of Reproductive Biology Associates in Atlanta and one of the founders of MyEggBank, the nation's larg
Advances in egg freezing in the last couple of years have been huge. Should you use egg freezing to allow you to wait to have children later? Is this technique reliable and safe?How much does it cost, and how expensive is storage? Host Dawn Davenport will interview Dr. Daniel Shapiro, Medical Director of Reproductive Biology Associates in Atlanta and Clinical Manager of My Egg Bank. He is board-certified in both Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Endocrinology/Infertility. She will also interview Dr. Pat Mc Shane, Associate Director of Fertility Preservation at the University of Colorado Hospital and has served as the President of the New England Fertility Society. Dr. McShane is also the Medical Director of The World Egg Bank.
Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here: Blog summary of the show Highlights More Creating a Family resources on egg freezing can be found here.
Join The Gist of Freedom as we continue Reading William Still's book, The Underground Railroad published in 1871!
The bleeding heart of the husband resolved to escape at all hazards, taking with him a daguerreotype likeness of his wife which he happened to have on hand, and a lock of hair from her head, and from each of the children, as mementoes of his unbounded (though sundered) affection for them.
After crossing the river, his wet clothing freezing to him, he rode all night, a distance of about forty miles. In the morning he left his faithful horse tied to a fence, quite broken down. He then commenced his dreary journey on foot—cold and hungry—in a strange place, where it was quite unsafe to make known his condition and wants. Thus for a day or two, without food or shelter, he traveled until his feet were literally worn out, and in this condition he arrived at Harrisburg, where he found friends. Passing over many of the interesting incidents on the road, suffice it to say, he arrived safely in this city, on New Year's night, 1857, about two hours before day break (the telegraph having announced his coming from Harrisburg), having been a week on the way.
The night he arrived was very cold; besides, the Underground train, that morning, was about three hours behind time; in waiting for it, entirely out in the cold, a member of the Vigilance Committee thought he was frosted. But when he
This is our tribute to Lea Michele aka Rachel Berry on Glee. We love and adore her. She is such a great strong role model and we are supporting her always. While some of us have been a fan of hers since her years on Broadway or ever since her debut on Glee, we have watched a yong star shine bright and wish her continued success in the future. Please join us as we discuss Lea, her character Rachel Berry, and so much more. Feel free to call in or tweet us @gleekspeakradio and @StarryMag to show your love for Lea. Remember: Her birthday is August 29th!
Note: Apologies for the technical difficulties! Computer freezing may have caused us to miss calls and chatroom comments.
In this episode of I am the Light Network, Deb and Michele complete the 4 part series on food, by discussing why & what od food, & how to activate a more balanced relationship with food.
Developing good habits to sustain us happens when we have a solid foundation. To create this, we need to understand & work through any blocks in the 3 areas we discussed in our first 3 podcasts:
Fearful issues of the primative brain: starvation, freezing or fllight. These direct our bodies response to food
The body image verses reality: Obese, Anorexic.
Patterns developed in childhood as a result of family dynamics, rewards, punishments, meal time dramas, parental, peer and authority figures' intervention, prevention or attitudes toward food.
Michele helps us see the human body as the organism or vehicle that it is, how to choose what to eat and even some ways to prepare food.
Get answers, recipes & techniques to help you take the next step. facebook.com/iamthelightnetwork
Michele Avanti CAP ~ teaching metaphysics since '72, ISAR certified astrology professional, metaphysical minister, fixed star astrologer, emotional freedom technique professional & an award winning author. Contact facebook.com/michele.avanti
Deb Blyth is a professional sports journalist, public relations specialist, coach, conflict resolution specialist & mom. Always on the cutting edge of human experience, Deb brings a fresh perspective to every show. Follow her at: facebook.com/deb.blyth.3
Now is the time to spend less to save more on your grocery bill. Wouldn’t you rather pull frozen blueberries, ones you bagged, out of your freezer than go to your food store and pay extra for a brand bagged for you? We’ll help you choose fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs in season and how to pick or buy them at lower prices. Then we’ll give you freezing and infusing tips so they will be ready for your later - when you need them! Food Expert, The Clean Food Coach and author of many food and cooking books, Jeannette Bessinger, will share her money-saving tips on fresh food with us. My co-host, author, and dietitian, Tracee Yablon-Brenner, RD, (Real Food Moms) and Jeannette have written two books together. You will be in the best of food hands with them!
Come into our Family Food Experts Kitchen, www.W4WN.com. Let’s beat food prices and eat “fresh” fruits, vegetables and herbs from our freezer all year round. Yes, we’ll have recipes for you, too! See you then!
… for the health of your family, ellen (host) KidKritics.com Family Food Experts.com
Northeastern U.S. suffers from freezing temperatures as chances for another major storm increase (Se
Northeastern U.S. suffers from freezing temperatures as chances for another major storm increase. According to NBC News, power was restored to lower Manhattan and some other areas on Saturday, but electricity was still unavailable for 2.5 million homes and businesses as temperatures dropped into the 20s. Temperatures on Sunday and Monday were expected to be even colder just as critical heating oil supplies dwindle. Meanwhile, according to the National Weather Service, chances for a slow-moving
Desi Does Commitment (Hell must be freezing over)
Des has always struggled with commitment and with being "all in". Walking down the aisle on her wedding day, as the butterflies were beginning to overwhelm her, she reassured herself that she could "always get divorced". Clearly, commitment wasn't this lady's strong-suit. Terrified of losing out on ANYTHING, including a better job, a better home, a better mate, a better life-style, a better version of herself, a better Enlightenment has had it's effects on Des and her world at large. There's been a variety of learning, but not a lot of GROWTH.
The discovery and implementation of a few key ideas and discoveries as well as some techniques and specific practices has finally opened up the door to a whole new terrifying but juicy world! (it's bright out here!) Join us this week as we discuss burning the boats, nailing down the escape hatches and jumping "all in": into our jobs, our families, our SELF. Woah- it's intense in here!!!!
Old World Gourmet, OWG, is an upscale food and beverage company that started in 2001 after De’Anna Sullivan and her husband had a lengthy Sunday afternoon chat. They suddenly realized that they had absolutely no time together because of their careers. They talked it over, made some plans and turned in their 2 week notices the next day. De’Anna knew she wanted to do something on her own. De’Anna always had a passion for making and mixing new drinks and flavors. The wheels began to turn quickly in her head as Old World Gourmet was evolving right before her eyes! She slowly began experimenting with products like lemonade mix, sweet tea and hot chocolate. She knew the company needed that one sure thing that would set them apart from any other gift company on the market. Thus, the freezing wine concept was born! The frozen drink idea came when she was putting together new recipes to increase the product line. Freezing wine was a totally OUT OF THE BOX concept! Red wines are served between 50-65 degrees depending on variety, and white wine is typically served between 43-48 degrees again depending on variety which is well above the freezing mark! She started blending together items until she reached the flavor profiles that she fell in love with. OWG and the Vinolicious line of frozen wine mixers are born. De’Anna always says, “If I won the lottery tomorrow, I would still be coming to my office every day creating new and unique items!”
www.owgshoponline.com. OWG products are sold in retail stores across country and online.
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