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Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
Travis Sherry
Best Drinks: 2020 In Review
We return with Part 3 of 6 in our Year in Review Series Check out Part 1: Travel Stats Check out Part 2: Superlatives We've decided to bring all drinks into one episode due to the restrictions on travel we had this year because of COVID. Join us today as we bring you our tops spots for coffee, wine, and anything that wets your whistle. Today's podcast is sponsored by Oregon State University ECampus. What were your drink spots in 2020? Do you like sparking water, yes or no? If you get to hit up any of the places we list then please let us know @ExtraPackofPeanuts and snap a pic and hashtag it #EPOPSentUs! In This Episode * 06:10 The Reason Heather Is Drinking * 07:10 Honorable Mentions * 10:55 Coffee First * 18:55 East Coast Love * 21:50 Europe Does It Right * 27:25 Trav's Picks Important Links * Want to follow our lives & adventures? Check out our Instagram's @ExtraPackOfPeanuts, @HeatherSherry, and @TravelingWhitMyles * Get Your Education While Traveling at OSU E-Campus * Slightly Pretentious * Location IndieWilmington, North Carolina * Outpost Coffee Company * Bespoke Coffee * New Anthem Brewing CompanyChicago, Illinois * Dark Matter Coffee - Cold Brew Coffee CansCharlton, Massachusettes * Tree House Brewing CompanyPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania * Bluebird Distillery * Bluecoat DistillingNashville, Tennesse * Sidebar at BodeGeneral * Tres Agaves * French 75 Want More? * 2021 Travel Wishlist * 2020 In Review: Superlatives * 2020 In Review: Travel Stats * 2019 In Review: Best Experiences * 2019 In Review: Best Desserts * 2019 In Review: Best Beers * 2019 In Review: Best Coffee * 2019 In Review: Best Wines * 2019 In Review: Best Meals * 2019 In Review: Superlatives * 2019 In Review: Travel Stats Leave a Review! Apple Podcast reviews are one of THE most important factors for podcasts. If you enjoy the show please take a second to leave the show a review on Apple Podcasts! * Click this link: Leave a review on Apple Podcasts * Hit “View in iTunes” on the left-hand side under the picture. * Leave an honest review. * You’re awesome!
56 min
Choiceology with Katy Milkman
Choiceology with Katy Milkman
Charles Schwab
If Only …: With Guests Stirling Hart & Colin Camerer
In a past episode titled “Spoiled for Choice,” we looked at how decision-making can be hampered by our desire to avoid the painful emotion of regret. In fact, regret aversion can cause people to abandon certain decisions entirely. In this episode of _Choiceology with __Katy Milkman_, we look more closely at regret itself. Stirling Hart is a professional lumberjack. He’s also a world-class lumberjack sports athlete. He has travelled the world competing against the best of the best in events such as the underhand chop, the spring board, the single buck, and the standing block chop. These grueling and dangerous tasks require explosive strength, accuracy, and nerves of steel. In 2016, Stirling Hart represented Canada at the Stihl Timbersports® World Championship in Stuttgart, Germany. He was dominating the events until he came to the hot saw (an event involving a chainsaw built from a modified motorcycle engine). That’s when one split-second decision changed the course of the competition. You’ll hear how that one moment affected Stirling for months afterward. Stirling Hart lives and works in Squamish, British Columbia, Canada. Next, Katy speaks with Colin Camerer about the neuroscience of regret. Colin explains how regret arises and how it can affect our behavior, for better and for worse. You’ll hear about a fascinating study by Tom Gilovich identifying regret in Olympic medalists, and you’ll learn about the ways that regret can influence investment decisions. You’ll also gain valuable insight on how to minimize some of the negative effects of regret. Colin Camerer is a Robert Kirby Professor of Behavioral Finance and Economics at the California Institute of Technology, where he teaches cognitive psychology and economics. You can read more about regret in his paper “Neural Evidence of Regret and Its Implications for Investor Behavior.” Choiceology is an original podcast from Charles Schwab. For more on the series, visit schwab.com/podcast. If you enjoy the show, please leave a ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ rating or review on Apple Podcasts. Important Disclosures: All expressions of opinion are subject to change without notice in reaction to shifting market conditions. The comments, views, and opinions expressed in the presentation are those of the speakers and do not necessarily represent the views of Charles Schwab. Data contained herein from third-party providers is obtained from what are considered reliable sources. However, its accuracy, completeness or reliability cannot be guaranteed. Investing involves risk, including loss of principal. (1020-081T)
31 min
Zero To Travel Podcast
Zero To Travel Podcast
Jason Moore
Transition To Travel: From Big Salary To Frugal Travel Life
Do you have dreams of long-term travel? What are you willing to "give up" in pursuit of it? Today's guest is Becca Hall who shares how she gave up a high paying corporate job for a life of indefinite travel. This is another episode in my series called Transition To Travel where we speak to the guest right before they leave to start traveling and then again at least a year or more into the journey. Becca shares the psychology of why she pretended to not have any money, how she cut back to save up for this lifestyle of travel, what she would do differently if she could back in time, and tips and tricks for fellow solo female travelers out there. This is only a small amount of everything we get into today so grab your favorite beverage, relax, and enjoy my honest and very real chat with Becca Hall. I love these labor of love episodes and I hope you do too! What surprised you the most in Becca's journey? What was your biggest takeaway from today's episode? Let me know by sending me an audio message (please) or shoot me an email over at Jason@ZeroToTravel.com. Check out the full show notes here!Tune In To Learn: * 12:00 Why The Journey & Changing Priorities * 18:10 Tips & Tricks For Budget Travel * 24:05 Frugal Travel: Limit or Enhance The Experience * 26:25 The One Thing Becca Would Do Differently * 29:10 Advice On Solo Female Travel * 33:15 Saving Thousands To Travel * 37:30 Leaving The Corporate Life * 41:05 Worries Include...Working On The Road * 45:00 The Opinions Of Others * 51.55 A Whole 18 Months Later * 53:00 Goodbye & G'Day * 54:35 Work, Income, & Savings Dipping * 58:20 The Freedoms Of It All * 59:25 Learning More About Yourself...& Vans * 01:02:30 The Cost Of Vanlife * 01:06:45 Struggles From Life On The Road * 01:10:40 Being In The Flow * 01:11:55 The Laptop Debate * 01:13:10 How Did The Relationship Go? * 01:14:40 Advice On Indefinite Travel * And so much moreResources: * Find Becca on her website * Follow Becca on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter * Mint.com * Camp IndieWant More? * Transition To Travel with Lance Wright * Transition To Travel: Radical Life Change For World Travel w/ Jordan & Tyler * Transition To Travel: Single Mom + 3 Kids Move To Mexico (Jenita's Story) Please head over to the archives for more Zero To Travel podcasts!
1 hr 25 min
The Building Science Podcast
The Building Science Podcast
Positive Energy
What Would This Old House Say?
This Old House has been the gateway experience for countless numbers of building science enthusiasts and we’d wager many of you listeners have intersected with the show at some point in your life and career. Media, whether television or podcasting, is about so much more than sharing information - it’s about telling stories. And the important stories are the ones that change paradigms and facilitate progress in the world. Join Kristof as he interviews Chris Ermides of This Old House and the Ask This Old House podcast about leveraging stories to create meaning and context for anyone building a home. Chris Ermides: Chris Ermides joined This Old House in December 2018 as the editor of pro content. Since then, he’s written and produced a wide array of digital content, including articles and videos geared towards professional tradesmen and women. He is the host of the Ask This Old House podcast, the Idea House Build series, and many interviews on This Old House: Live. His interest in home improvement began at the age of 6 when he accompanied his dad to the local hardware store on the weekends and helped him on projects around the house. It was during this time that he also started watching This Old House and New Yankee Workshop. The trades have been a strong part of his family for several generations—Chris’s grandfather, an immigrant from Greece, was a cobbler and his great grandfather was a carpenter in Greece. While studying English in college, Chris worked full-time at a local hardware store before graduating with a Master’s degree in teaching English. He went on to teach high school and middle school English while working as a house painter and repairman during the summers. After four years of teaching, Chris returned to the trades starting with a brief stint on a ranch in Wyoming. His career path continued to evolve on jobsites, working his way up from a laborer to carpenter and eventually site supervisor for a custom home builder in upstate New York. He combined his love for the trades and writing chops with his jobsite experience and became an editor at Fine Homebuilding and Tools of the Trade. He’s been a contributor to JLC, Deck Builder, and ToolBox Buzz. Throughout his career he’s reported on many aspects of residential construction including how-to, tools, materials, and building science. Follow Chris on Instagram @ChrisErmidesTOH.
59 min
Future of Agriculture
Future of Agriculture
Tim Hammerich
FoA 241: From Drives to Driverless with Craig Rupp of Sabanto
Craig Rupp is the CEO and founder of Sabanto. Prior to founding Sabanto he was a cofounder of 640 Labs where FieldView Drive was originally created. The first part of today’s episode will be about Craig’s journey at 640 Labs and its eventual acquisition by Climate Corp. Despite all of these impressive innovations and industry game-changers, that’s not the only thing he joins us to share about today. His current project, Sabanto, is gaining momentum and continuing to develop its autonomous tractors. “In the last month, I was just amazed as to how mature our software is and how hands-off we have become. The little tractor that we use is very dependable and our software is very mature.” - Craig Rupp The Sabanto tractors can participate in tillage, cultivation and tine weed and are one of the “hardest working tractors in the US” according to Craig. While initially they required intensive monitoring they have continued to develop and allow for more autonomy. By continuing to develop the technology and allowing Sabanto to take care of some procedures, farmers will be able to repurpose labor needs, expenses and focus on their own efficiency. “I think everyone’s waiting around to see what the industry brings them…..I wanted to bring autonomy into agriculture and I wanted to completely change the landscape of agriculture.” - Craig Rupp In conventional farming with large manual equipment, Craig feels that we have “peaked in horsepower” as an industry. While the previous objective for agricultural equipment was to cover as many acres as possible leading to larger equipment, now we see Sabanto prioritizing efficiency, ease of use, connectivity and decreased soil compaction. Craig looks forward to continuing to spread the use of autonomous tractors in more locations and on more operations. This Week on The Future of Agriculture Podcast: * Meet Craig Rupp, founder and CEO of Sabanto * Learn about the journey and major successes Craig has experienced in his career with agriculture technology * Explore the many uses and value Sabanto can bring to a farming operation * Follow Sabanto at @sabantoag on Twitter Join the FOA Community! Be sure to join the new Future of Agriculture Membership for even more valuable information on the future of the ag industry. I’m sending out my email newsletter on a more regular basis, focusing on what I call the front lines of agtech: where product meets producer. You can sign up for that at www.FutureOfAg.com. There’s an email icon in the center of the page, just click on that and it will take you to a signup form. Do you have suggestions for topics to be explored? Tweet them to me @timhammerich or email them to tim@aggrad.com. Find us online! Future of Agriculture Website AgGrad Website
36 min
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