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Feeding insects is a barrier for many herpetoculturists interested in working with any one of the amazing insectivorous reptile and amphibian species. Crickets have been the solution for most hobbyists but they are not a valid option for all keepers. Alternatively, feeder roaches and isopods are a great choice of prey for many herp species. These insects may be used as the primary feeder or fed with crickets to provide variety. Aaron Pauling (www.aaronpauling.com) is going to help us cover the basic attributes and care requirements of these often misunderstood feeder insects. The goal is, of course, to encourage hobbyists to enter into the realm of the “other” species.
On Monday, January 20th at 8pm est, the Other Herpcast is proud to discuss geckos of the genus Stophurus with Oliver Kuepper from Raw Dog Reptiles (www.rawdogreptiles.blogspot.com). This rare and often overlooked Australian species has something to offer every gecko lover can admire whether it be looks or ease of care or everything in-between. We will also be bring back "The Incubator" segment and in addition will still be offering beautiful prints from carillephoto.com for live callers to show. Call in and win. Talk to you Monday night, January 20th!
Sammi and Mina discuss the role of "the other woman". Can we remove our moral lens from the way we perceive mistresses? Is there any merit in being the other woman? As wives, can we come to see things from the other woman's perspective? Is it ever respectable to be the other woman?
Aesthetician Nora Holloway, of Holistic Solutions, talks with us this morning, about both skin care and business. There are treatments available now to the average person that you used to have to go to the doctor for. Among other things, she talks about light therapy – LHE – microderm abrasion, and this one called Triple Current. The results range from, "Gee, you're looking good these days" all the way to, "You should see her. She's had work done." All completely non-invasive, and with most of them, no downtime and no pain. And this woman is an entrepreneur to reckon with! She has gone from having a decent number of clients to having so many, she has trouble fitting everyone in, in three months.
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The only radio show dedicated to the issues of grief and loss.
This week as we celebrate the day of our inedpendence we will also remember those whom we have lost. We will look back on the last year of our grief.
I will alos be answering questions that have been sent into me by our listeners.
Check out the fanpage on facebook, "The Other Side of Grief". I have posted some questions for you.
Listeners are welcomed to call in.
This is a rebroadcast of a show I played in January. I am playing it again now because I keep hearing more and more about the possible risks of contaminants our children are exposed to.
Many children test high for mercury in their system. The symptoms are many and varied, which is part of the problem with diagnosing. It was look like learning disabilities, even autism. The good news is it's easily reversed once you catch it. And there are so many other foods we give children, and eat ourselves, thinking they are healthy, but they're health and developmental issues.
Claire Dwoskin is the director of Children's Medical Safety Research Institute. The institute has done a great deal of research on this subject, and she'll be talking about what they have learned.
What about vaccines? Are they bad for your kids? We know they prevent diseases such as measles, diphtheria, and of course, small pox. Or do they? And is there a risk involved? And is there is, does it outweigh the benefits? For years, there has been speculation that these vaccines cause autism. Is it true? And if we don't use the vaccines, how do we handle the outbreaks of those diseases that we had thought eradicated? Or will that even happen?
Richie Frieman has been called a modern Renaissance man. This could be because he has been a professional sculptor, author, illustrator, inventor, and wrestler. Yes, you read that right. He's also the youngest recipient of the Honors Program Laureate – formerly theSmithsonian – award for music. He's also made just about every 35/40 Under 35/40 list in the area.
Currently, he is best known as the Modern Manners Guy. The specifics might change, Emily Post's dos and don't may no longer apply, but manners and etiquette never go out of style. And they're easy to digest with Richie's humor and light touch. Check out his Quick and Dirty Tips blog for some, well, quick and dirty tips.
His most recent book is in that arena: REPLY ALL...And Other Ways to Tank Your Career. It is a great resource for workplace etiquette, from interview tips to handling difficult co-workers – you are going to run into them – to how to handle people trying to get you to buy something for their kid's soccer uniforms. The book is an Amazon best seller in three categories and one of the youngest on their Best Sellers list.
He's also written award-winning children's books starring Terple the turtle, and started a kid's clothing line called Charm City Babies. Richie has a wife and two – very polite – kids.
Howard Pinson, of Pinson Wealth Managementt, is my guest this morning. He has been in the financial services business for over twenty-three years.
He's an expert at helping individuals set themselves up to achieve their financial goals. He does the same for entrepreneurs, with businesses of all sizes.
Is investing different for entrepreneurs than for others? Big picture, short answer: No. But by our very nature, entrepreneurs have a different approach to investing, risk, and other aspects of financial mangement. We need to think about working ON our business instead of just IN our business. That will make more sense as you listen.
Also, what most of us don't think of when we're building or starting a business is how it's going to end.
Why should you think of the end at the beginning. For the same reason people think about retirement when they're twenty: You have to know where you are going before you can figure out how to get there.
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