129: The Fast & Easy Episode
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In this episode, Lisa tells all about the new Hungry Girl cookbook, Fast & Easy!! This is her 14th book and she has lots to say about her fastest and easiest recipes EVER! Plus, make sure to listen all the way through for a chance to win some HG collectibles! What are you waiting for?? Push play now, and then when you’re done, head on over to the Foodcast page for a list of everything mentioned in the episode!
Satellite Sisters
Satellite Sisters
Satellite Sisters| Wondery, Satellite Sisters, Lian Dolan, Liz Dolan, Julie Dolan, Sheila Dolan, Monica Dolan
Lucky Episode #888, Live Event Tickets on Sale, Texas Report from Julie, Lian's Birthday Dance Party, Walk Like A Penguin, Book and Movie Recommendations
Buy tickets to live virtual Satellite Sisters Celebration Sunday April 11 at 7 pm EDT/4 pm PDT here on the Sixth & I platform. It's podcast episode #888 for the Satellite Sisters. Lucky! Winners of our lucky #satsisters888 drawings announced. Julie reviews what she learned in Texas last week. Lian tells all about her Birthday Dance Party (winner idea!) and has a winter safety tip: Walk Like A Penguin Liz presents the Bitter Business Bureau: Citibank Error Not In Our Favor Entertaining Sisters - Our film and book recommendations are: The Big Day on Netflix The Cold Millions by Jess Walter Nomadland on Hulu. * Kiwi Co. www.kiwico.com Use promo code sisters * ButcherBox www.butcherbox.com/sisters * Harrys www.harrys.com/satsisters * Function of Beauty www.functionofbeauty.com/sisters Visit our website Satellite Sisters: A Pep Talk For Modern Women Subscribe to our new newsletter Pep Talk here. For more info on Lian Dolan's newest novel The Sweeney Sisters, visit her website here. For all of our booklists at Bookshop.org, go to www.bookshop.org/shop/liandolan Buy The Sweeney Sisters here on bookshop.org or here on amazon. Join our community: Facebook Page, Facebook Group and on Instagram and Twitter @satsisters.
1 hr 6 min
The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria
The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria
Matt Cicoria
Looking Back on the Beginning: Session 1 Five Years Later
I've known that the 5th anniversary of the podcast has been coming up for quite some time now, and I've been wracking my brain on how best to commemorate this milestone. After considering a few different options, I eventually decided that there was no better place to start than by looking back at the first episode of Behavioral Observations, my interview with Dr. Greg Hanley. In this episode, we discussed the origins of what is now called the Practical Functional Assessment approach, back when it was referred to as the IISCA. I wanted to replay this show for a few reasons. First, even though the PFA process has gone through many refinements over the last few years, in this episode, Greg describes the factors that led him to deviate from the Standard Functional Analysis procedure. I think that part of the show on its own is worth revisiting. The second reason for sharing this conversation again is that every day new listeners are coming in contact with the show. While I get emails from some of them who tell me that they binge the back catalog, with nearly 150 shows, I don't expect that everyone is going to subject themselves to that. Lastly, this particular episode is the most downloaded episode when compared to all the other shows I've published. As of this writing, the show has been downloaded over 56,000 times. About 15,000 times more than the second-most downloaded show (which by the way, is Session 7, again with Greg... want to guess who's in the third-most downloaded show?). So for all those reasons and more, I hope you enjoy this episode, whether it is for the first time, or if you're dusting it off for a re-listen. On a broader note, I'd like to talk for a minute about my thoughts on the show turning five. It's not an understatement when I tell you that creating this podcast has been a life-changing experience for me. Most certainly life-changing in a professional sense, and very likely from a personal one as well. With regard to the former, starting the show really re-energized my passion for the field at a time when I was teetering on the brink of burnout (before burnout became a fashionable term). With regard to the latter, I've met several hundred people and made some amazing friends throughout this journey. And when milestones like these come up, it is incredibly overwhelming to think through all of the people who've helped me make this show happen. First, there are so many people who have been listeners and supporters since Session 1. People who've listened to every single episode... all of my filler words, awkward silences, vocal fry, the whole nine yards. I once had someone actually take data on my filler words and would send it to me from time to time. That's dedication! All kidding aside, this show would've quietly faded out over time if it wasn't for the support and encouragement from you, the listener. I'm also grateful to everyone who shares episodes with friends and co-workers. And of course supervisors and professors who who force their mentees and students to consume this content. It is both amazing and gratifying that this fun side project is helping people learn more about the science we all know and love. I've had countless people and organizations support the show financially, whether by purchasing CEUs*, subscribing to my Patreon membership, sponsoring episodes, or inviting me to speak at events. To be perfectly candid, the ability to generate some revenue from Behavioral Observations allows me to put more time into the show, and I'm grateful for everyone who has helped me do just that. It is always a danger to list specific people to thank in situations like these, as it is all too easy to inadvertently leave someone out. As such, I've chosen to limit my shoutouts to one person in particular: my friend John Corley. John is not a Behavior Analyst, but he is a programmer and all around tech-savvy guy. I shared the idea of a podcast with him over a few beers, and he relentlessly encouraged me to follow through with it. In fact, he helped me set up my website, the podcast's RSS feed, showed me the basics of GarageBand, and lots more. He remains on standby to me whenever I have a bug or glitch that needs sorting out. John Corley and me ~ 2017 So huge thanks to both John, and everyone else who has played a part in getting this show to nearly 2.5 million downloads in these last five years. I could say thank you a million times and it wouldn't be enough. I look forward to sharing these conversations with you for the next five years and beyond! * The 2021 Virginia Association for Behavior Analysis Conference! This year's VABA conference is April 15th and 16th. While this will be a safe and socially-distanced in-person event, it will also be available online, so don't worry if you're not local to the Virginia area. If you do sign up for it, use the promo code, GOMBU - a nod to conference sponsor, Mary Baldwin University, to save at checkout. * Also, I'm throwing a 5-year anniversary sale for all BOP CEU events. Get 55% off all CEU events by using the promo code "fiveyears." This offer expires at the end of February, 2021. Don't need CEU's, but want to get ad-free podcasts, access to bonus content, member Q & A zooms, and more? Consider joining the BOP Patreon Group. For more info, check out patreon.com/behavioralobservations!
1 hr 6 min
Life Handmade by Scrapbook.com
Life Handmade by Scrapbook.com
Scrapbook.com
Your Top Die Cutting Questions Answered
On this episode of Life Handmade, we are chatting about all things die-cutting! We share the difference in machines, what products are needed, and how you can get started die-cutting! Join Stephanie and Melissa as they respond to some of our most frequently asked questions about die cutting. * More Info on the Life Handmade Podcast  * Subscribe * Scrapbook.com: Store and Community for Crafters * Article: The Ultimate Guide to Die Cutting * Article: Top Die Cutting Questions & Answers * Article: Don't Buy a Die Cutting Machine Until You've Read This * FREE Class: The Best Beginner Die Cutting Class Ever with Carissa Wiley * FREE Class: Master Your Die Cutting Machine with Debbie Farinella * FREE Class: Die Cutting Artistry with Jane Davenport * Shop all Die Cutting Machines * Steel-Ruled Dies * Shop Small Die Cutting Machines: * We R Memory Keepers - Mini Evolution * Crafter's Companion - Gemini Mini * Sizzix - Tim Holtz Sidekick * Shop all Dies * Magnetic Sheets: * Crafter’s Companion - Large Magnetic Panels * Sizzix - Tim Holtz Magnetic Sheets 2.75x3.75 * Sizzix - Tim Holtz Magnetic Sheets 8.75x5.5 * Totally Tiffany - 5x7 * Scrapbook.com Storage Envelopes Collection * Nested Rectangle Die * Nested Circle Die * Nested Square Die * Cardstock Paper Pads * Mint Tape * Alphabet Die Sets * Shop all die cutting alphabet and numbers * Scrapbook.com Sentiment Dies * Shop all Phrases & Expressions Dies * Cover Plate Dies * Nested Tag Die
31 min
First Name Basis Podcast
First Name Basis Podcast
Jasmine Bradshaw
3:14 The Untold Story of Fried Chicken
We’re all familiar with the stereotype that Black people love fried chicken. It has been used to degrade, dehumanize, and uphold racism. But where does this stereotype come from? And why was fried chicken singled out? In this episode we explore the answers to both of these questions and show the role that fried chicken has played in perpetuating white supremacy. Purchase Bite-sized Black History Bite-sized Black History is a program that empowers you to teach the little ones you love about 12 brilliant Black Americans that have been largely overlooked by our history books. These 12 bite-sized podcast episodes, coloring pages, and reflection questions are your key to a meaningful Black History Month celebration in your home or classroom! Join the First Name Basis Patreon Community Make sure to join our Patreon Community to take part in our monthly Q&A sessions and download the detailed notes from this episode! First Name Basis Website Join us on Instagram Articles, Books, & Podcast Episodes: Code Switch: Where did that fried chicken stereotype come from? “Writing History With Lightning:’ The Birth of a Nation at 100 ‘The Birth of a Nation’; The 1915 Film screened at the White House Depicting Blacks as Savages Prejudgements of Those Who Eat ‘Healthy’ vs ‘Unhealthy’ Food for Breakfast Jubilee Cookbook by Toni Tipton-Martin ‘The Fried Chicken Capital:’ Where Racial Progress Began Along the Rails Season 3: Episode 11 The One Thing I Wish You Knew About Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Season 3: Episode 24 Cancel Culture Pt. 3: Removing Statues So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo Song Credit: “Sleeper” by Steve Adams” and “Dive Down” by VYEN
31 min
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