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is all about minimalism. (finger snapping)
So keep watching.
One of my favorite things in life, right now, is Netflix.
I can binge watch a show, I love documentaries,
I just love Netflix.
It’s a way I can come home
after we put the girls down and eat dinner.
Winston and I, we love to have a good show.
And it’s great.
So as I was scrolling through Netflix I saw a documentary
that I had heard a lot of people talk about,
but I hadn’t seen it, it was called Minimalism.
So, I was like, oh yeah, this will be cool.
I’ll totally watch his.
By the end, I was like praising Jesus, hallelujah,
I was so fired up.
Because not only do they talk about so much
of what we talk about here on the show
about getting out of debt and getting rid of stuff
and selling stuff and not going into debt for things.
I mean everything we talk about, they kept reiterating
and kind of had the same philosophies.
But their whole thing was that they got rid
of a ton of their stuff ’cause they realized
that stuff does not equal happiness.
And in America today we’ve fallen into this lie
that the more stuff you have,
the better your life is going to be.
And I just realized as I was watching this,
man, we have so much crap in our lives.
And in our houses and in our bathroom sinks
and in our closets, we have so much stuff,
so much stuff.
And you know me, I enjoy some things
so I always say it’s okay to have nice stuff
just don’t let your nice stuff have you.
But you walk into the average person’s home
and it’s like, you just have stuff everywhere.
It’s just unbelievable.
And then again for the average American that goes
into debt to buy stuff that we do not need
and I just go so fired up.
I was like, who, who set the standard of living in America?
Everyone says you gotta have this style, this lifestyle,
this is average.
Whether it’s a three car garage or a room for every person,
it’s just like everything is just like, yeah, this is it,
this is it, this is what your life should look like,
this is the vacations you should take,
these are the clothes you should wear,
this is the brands that are great,
here’s the grocery stores you should shop at,
this is what’s average.
Who, who said that’s average?
Who said that’s average?
I’m like, no.
It just made me so mad.
Because I think we really have, we’ve gotten into this idea
that man, our lifestyle should look like this,
no matter what we make, no matter what our income is,
we deserve this standard of living.
And it just fired me up.
And so I was like, we’ve gotta get
The Minimalists on our show.
We have to get them here to talk about all of this
because you guys, again,
stuff is not going to make you happy.
Stuff is not going to make you happy.
Stuff is not bad.
I want you to be able to shop
at the grocery store you want to,
take the vacation you want, that’s fine,
those are not bad things.
But when we put our value and our happiness that
that stuff is going to fulfill us, it’s not.
We end up like a rat in a wheel for our entire lives,
chasing something that is never ever going to fulfill us.
Are you mad too?
I hope you’re mad.
I hope you’re just like, you know what,
I need to get rid of some crap in my house.
So, the money challenge for this episode
is when this show is over,
I want you to look around your house
and I want you to start small, but get rid of one thing.
Like go in your closet and be like,
wow, I have four or five black long sleeve shirts.
Have I worn one shirt, one of these shirts in a year?
The answer is probably no.
No, you haven’t.
Get rid of it, sell it, give it away,
I don’t care what you do with it.
Get rid of one thing.
So when you start to purge a little bit
it’s like, oh wow, I did this.
I went into my closet and I did this,
I went and I looked and I was like, okay, I had this filter
of okay if I was going on a four week vacation,
what would I pack?
So, that’s a lot.
Right, I mean I enjoy clothes.
But I’m like, half this stuff I haven’t worn
in like a year and a half.
But I always have it in there.
I’m like, well, just in case that one thing comes up
I’m gonna need it.
I chucked all that clothes and it felt so good to purge.
It felt so good.
Because again, every time I buy that stuff
this little part of me thinks,
life’s just gonna be better if I just have that thing.
Have you said that to yourself?
If I could just have this, I would be happy.
Well, I kept saying this about one pair of shoes
for about four years.
Well, my lesson was a heartbreaking one.
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So there’s this pair of shoes, well not a pair,
it’s more like a brand.
And through like the last four years, I’m like, my goal,
it’s so stupid and shallow Rachel but I’m gonna say it,
in my heart I was like my goal is to own
one pair of those shoes, just one pair of those shoes.
But every time I went to go buy ’em I was like, I can’t.
It’s just too expensive.
It’s stupid to spend that kind of money on this shoe.
I’m not doing it, I’m not doing it.
So after Caroline, our second, was born,
she was probably like three weeks old
and the doorbell rang, Winston was home
and he went to the front door and he got the box
and he said, “Okay, Rachel,”
but I had Caroline, I was holding Caroline.
He was like, “Give me Caroline, you take the box.”
And I was like, “What, what is this?”
He was like, “This is just a gift to say,
“I love you, I’m so proud of you, just enjoy,
“this is just a gift from me to you.”
I was like, “What?”
And so I opened the tape of this big box
and there was the name of the shoes on top of the shoe box
and I may or may not have cried.
I was like, “Winston, what, no,
“there’s no way you bought these, you bought these.”
And I was hormonal, I had just had a baby people, okay,
so I probably wouldn’t cry over a pair of shoes today,
but I did, I cried.
And I’m opening ’em and I mean my adrenaline
was like pumping and my hands were sweating
and I was like, “Oh my gosh.”
And I had got ’em out of the box and they were beautiful.
I mean, they were, perfect.
It was everything I thought, I had ever imagined in my life.
Side note, credit to him, he went in,
ladies you’re appreciate this, he went in my closet
and saw my other shoes and found my shoe size
and then even the heel measurement, he took a ruler thing
to measure the size of heel that I wear with my heels
and ordered the perfect shoe.
I mean, like, Cinderella has nothing on me.
I mean, it was like, it fit like a glove,
it was perfect and that feeling lasted for about 48 hours.
And now, about a year later, those shoes are in my closet.
And honestly, when I look at those shoes,
what I think of is more of Winston’s sweetness
and love towards me than the actual shoes anymore.
And so that’s what’s so funny to me
about this accumulation of stuff that we have in our lives
and this thing that we think if we could just
go on that vacation, if we could just get a new car,
if we could just, just, X, Y, or Z
everything would be better.
And you guys I’m telling you, the finish line
keeps moving and moving and moving.
The finish line never fulfills you guys, never fulfills you.
Contentment is something that you have to find.
And I’m gonna be bold here and say you guys,
there’s nothing on this Earth that is gonna fulfill you.
The deepest part of you that’s gonna be fulfilled,
this piece that you think is missing,
if you do not have a relationship with Jesus
that is it, that’s the ultimate answer.
Preacher Rachel’s coming out.
But I’m telling you, you guys, if you don’t know him,
if you’re not in a relationship with him,
that’s the ultimate.
That’s the foundational of everything in your life.
And everything beyond that you can build on
your giving changes, your generosity explodes,
things suddenly have a different meaning in your life,
your relationships change,
everything is dependent upon that and not stuff.
Not stuff, I can tell you, tell you,
I’m telling it to myself again, remember my shoes,
man, Rachel, come on.
That we gotta learn together,
we gotta practice what we preach people, right?
So remember stuff is not going to satisfy you.
And the guys that teach this, the best are The Minimalists.
And I’m so excited because there are coming up next.
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My friends The Minimalists are here
on the Rachel Cruze Show, you guys.
– Thanks so much for having us.
We’re excited to be here.
– Yes, I’m so pumped you’re here.
And I was telling everyone earlier about your documentary
and how much I just watched it and became obsessed
with everything that you guys are doing.
So, for those people that have not seen the documentary
or even heard of you guys, just explain what is a minimalist
and how did you guys get into all of this.
– Well the thing with minimalism, the way I describe it is
minimalism is the thing that gets us past the things
so we can make room for life’s most important things,
which actually aren’t things at all.
Ryan and I both grew up in Dayton, Ohio.
We were really poor and we thought the reason we thought
the reason we were unhappy growing up
was we didn’t have any money.
And so when I went out, when I was 18,
I got that entry level corporate job
and I spent the next dozen years
sort of climbing the corporate ladder.
And by my late 20’s I was living the American dream.
I had six figure salary, the luxury cars.
And there was nothing inherently wrong with the stuff,
but I wasn’t fulfilled, I wasn’t happy.
Because of course I made good money,
but I spent even better money and so I,
along with the American dream came the American debt.
And I was just consumed with almost half a million dollars
worth of debt at my peak or I guess my, at the low point.
– Yeah, which ever way you want to look at it.
– And I didn’t feel like I had control of my time,
my resources, my own life.
I realized I was focused on the wrong stuff.
I was focused on success and achievement.
And it’s really where this thing called minimalism
entered my life.
– Yeah for me it’s interesting,
if you were to have told my 18 year old self,
what my 28 year old self was going to have,
I would have been so excited.
And when I was 28 I found myself questioning
I was the opposite of happy.
I was drowning in debt.
I was had a lot of discontent.
I was depressed.
And I remember seeing Josh, he had a major shift
in the way he was living his life.
And I sat him down one day and I was like,
“Dude, what is going on with you?
“Why are you so happy?”
And that’s when he – Why are you so happy?
What’s happening? – What’s going on?
And he introduced me to this thing called minimalism.
So Josh and I, we came up with this crazy idea
called a Packing Party.
Where we decided to pack all my belongings
as if I were moving.
And then I would unpack only the items I needed
over the next three weeks.
So Josh came over and he literally
helped me box up everything,
my clothes, my kitchenware.
– You weren’t moving, this is just the exercise.
– Just pretending. – Just pretending.
– The idea was if I packed up all this stuff
and I really really missed it
and I really really wanted to put everything back out,
I could totally unpack it
and put everything back in its place.
But of course after three weeks,
I had a completely different perspective on my life,
a completely different perspective on my things.
And I remember going to Josh and I was like,
“Man, this is a really cool story.
“There might be some people out there
“who could benefit from this story.”
So we went and did what any two 30 year old dudes would do,
we started a blog.
– Yeah. (laughing)
Spread the word. – That’s right.
That’s really where TheMinimalists.com started.
It was with that 21 Day Packing Party.
– So good, that’s such a brilliant idea.
‘Cause I even think, because confession,
I have not done the complete minimalist lifestyle.
But when you say that, even my bathroom sink right now,
like, I’m thinking about it underneath,
I took out all the lotions and the eye cream,
all this stuff and put it in a box to see for three weeks
what I actually used out of that.
You guys, I mean it’s probably like what?
I’m feeling convicted right now.
As you’re talking about all this.
Because it is, that’s such a smart way to think about it,
it really is.
And I love this concept that you guys live out so well,
that stuff it doesn’t fulfill you.
And I think we all know that.
The contentment piece of that foundation of your heart
is so huge in this process.
So, someone that’s hearing this,
what’s the first couple things they need to do?
– If you do want to simplify your life,
the first thing you have to do is not an action,
we’ll get into the action in a second.
The first thing you need to do is ask yourself a question.
And that question is, how might my life be better with less?
And by asking that question, you start to identify
what the benefits of simplifying are.
Because for me initially it was finances.
I knew that my finances were out of control.
I needed to simply my life
so I could regain control of my finances.
But then I uncovered all these other benefits,
like, I made more time for creativity
and the people in my life and improved health.
And so what are the benefits for you
and understanding that won’t just give you the how to,
but it will give you the why to.
Why am I simplifying my life?
From there, I think it’s important to start small.
And just start somewhere.
We have something on our website called
the 30 Day Minimalism Game.
And here’s how it work, you partner up with someone,
a friend, a family member, a coworker.
At the beginning of the month, you each decide,
the first day, we’re both gonna get rid of one item.
Second day of the month, two items.
Third day of the month, three items.
It starts off really easy. – Yes.
– It gives you the momentum you need,
but by the middle of the month
it starts to get more difficult.
Day 15, you’re like I have to get rid of 15 items.
– I was gonna say 20 items.
– Right? – I’ll start in February.
Just 28, just 28 items.
Well, okay, so by day 20 you’re like,
I have to get rid of 20 items today
and then tomorrow I have to get rid of 21 items.
Whoever goes the longest between you and your friend,
you win, but if you both make it to the end of the month,
you both won because you gotten rid of about 500 items,
it’s a really good start.
– So I’m just curious, personally,
what is your house look like?
Like now, where you all live, your closets,
what’s your life look like?
– If you were to walk into our home
it’s not like you would jump up and say,
“Oh my goodness, minimalists must live here.”
– Yes, yes.
– You probably would just look at our house and say,
“You know whoever lives here, they’re pretty tidy.”
And that’s because everything that we have in our lives,
it serves a purpose or it brings us joy.
Everything else is gone.
– That’s so great, so fun.
– We’ve got a washer and dryer.
And we still like to use hot water.
– Right, right, right, totally.
So there’s kind of the extreme, I’m guessing there’s
a range to be a minimalist there’s like the crazy extreme,
that you’re like, we laughed about this,
like a fork and a spoon and one plate,
just like something over here.
And then some people that are like, okay I like the idea
but I would rather be like minimalist-ish
like I don’t want to dive in all the way.
Can you go 50-50 on this lifestyle?
– We can determine what is appropriate in our lives
and I think everything that we own
fits in one of three categories.
It’s either essential.
And we all have the basics, same basics.
We’re all wearing clothes right now.
We need housing, we need food.
We have the same essentials and we have the non-essentials.
Things that we could probably do without
but they truly add value to our life.
The augment our experience of life.
They amplify our life.
And then we have this third category.
That category is junk.
Most of the stuff that we own is junk
that gets in the way of the more
meaningful experiences in our life.
– Absolutely, well we went into our Facebook community
and people love you there in my Facebook community,
so we have some questions from people.
– Awesome. – For you guys to answer.
– A Brianna asked, in what ways can being a minimalist
help save you money and become debt free?
– I know for me that was one of my biggest drivers
behind getting into minimalism.
So I’ll tell you the first thing that I did
when I started going down this road
is I took my brand new nice Toyota Solera,
a real nice brand new car, just a couple years old
and I traded that in for a 2004 Toyota Corolla
that had no car payment and I still have that car today.
So that’s for me how I really appreciate what minimalism
has helped me do when it comes to my finances.
I am, I was officially debt free back in 2015.
– Oh, I love that.
– And I certainly owe minimalism a lot of credit for that.
– Absolutely so good.
Okay the next question is from Emily, she asks,
my husband and I like to think of ourselves as minimalists.
I think the one thing we struggle with though
is do you buy quality (expensive) things
or do you buy cheap?
I think the terms minimalists and the term frugal
are very similar but they’re also different.
– I think when we think about minimalists
we think about some guy living in a cave
with no possessions or something.
I tend to own really high quality items.
I own far fewer items.
It’s the weird paradox of minimalism for me
I get far more value from the few items I own,
than if they were watered down by 300,000 other items
that were sort of getting in the way.
Wouldn’t you rather have one pair of really nice pants
that’s gonna last you for two years
as opposed to 10 pairs of pants
that’ll last you for a month each?
– Right, so good. – Absolutely.
– Katie asks, what’s the very first small step you recommend
to anyone that wants to move toward minimalism?
– Man, I think starting with that question
how might my life be better with less,
that’s definitely, you’re gonna get the leverage
by getting to the why of that question.
But ultimately, there is the Packing Party approach
if someone is extreme.
The 30 Day Minimalism Game, I mean that is huge,
Josh talked about that earlier, that is amazing.
You just find someone else who wants to encourage you
to minimize and wants to minimize themselves
and you can have a lot of fun with it.
There’s a lot of little small steps
you can kinda get started. – So good.
Sensing another Chad and Diana challenge.
– Uh oh.
– Date night challenge to the minimalism challenge
so we’ll see if that happens.
– Okay, Nancy asks, how to part with stuff
when spouse wants to keep it
because “we might need it for, when, if”?
– I think, ultimately, in order to get a spouse,
or a friend or anyone else on board with this
you really have to show them the benefits.
I mean, if Josh had come to me and said,
“Hey Ryan, you know what?
“Your life’s a mess, you need minimalism.”
I probably wouldn’t have (laughing)
reacted so excitedly towards that.
But by seeing the changes that Josh made
it made me want to ask him that question,
“What are you doing different with your life,
“you seem pretty happy.”
But, ultimately, by just kind of living the example
and showing the benefits of it
that’s really how you get someone to make a move
with their stuff, you can’t force anyone into any of that.
– Okay, last question.
Lauren asks, how to be a minimalist with children.
I’m actually very intrigued.
– Well, me not having any kids it’s very easy for me
to project my advice onto others.
I do like to use this one example,
we were at an event where one of the people
who showed up they were talking about
what they do with their child.
The example that they gave is their five year old,
six year old would come home from school,
and of course they’ve got pieces of art that they made
that they’re very very proud of.
And they would go to their parent and would,
“Can I put this on the refrigerator?”
And the mom was like, “Yes, you absolutely can
“put this on the refrigerator.”
So as they’re walking over it’s already covered
with other art projects just the whole refrigerator door.
And they’ll say, “Now you get to choose which one
“you want to replace this with.”
– Oh that’s good.
– “And we will go over and we will get rid of this
“so we’re not having a bunch of clutter in our life.”
So that’s what they do, they’ll pick the one
that they want to come off the fridge,
they put the new one up.
And they go over and they might scan it
or take a picture of the work
and then toss it in the trash.
– I thought that was a cool approach.
– Well, honestly kid craft stuff.
Amelia comes home from pre-school
and it’s just crayon that’s like this.
And I’m like and you’re never remember that.
Unless there’s like a picture or a hand print
or a footprint, I mean, very small things to keep
as kid’s craft, there’s sweet, but.
– I think it’s important to realize
that minimalism is not about deprivation
and we need to especially keep that in mind with our kids.
I know with Ella, I first, she’s five now,
but when she was really little, I’m like,
you’re gonna be a minimalist
and you can play with sticks and stones
and that’s it. (laughing)
And I’m like what am I trying to do here?
No, she gets a lot of value from the toys that she has.
So having a big crate of toys
that she really enjoys is great.
Now she’s not gonna get more value
if I got her 10 crates of toys.
They’re actually gonna start getting in the way,
just like us, we just have our own toys as adults.
And so, with her I’ve realized
once she’s done with a toy,
the thing that I want to instill in her is
she’s no longer getting value from it,
but some other kid can, so let’s go donate that together.
And letting her realize the benefit of giving as well.
– Alright you guys, well that was so great,
thank you so so much for being on.
I so appreciate you guys and your advice
and your wisdom and everything.
– Likewise, thank you for everything you do.
– Oh thanks, well it’s been fun.
So you guys, if you want to check out more about
The Minimalists, you guys are on every social media channel.
I mean YouTube, you have a YouTube channel,
Instagram, Facebook and you have a great podcast.
And if you want more tactical ways or encouragement
as you’re selling your stuff to get out of debt
make sure to check out my book, Love Your Life, Not Theirs
you can click the link below.
Okay so we’ll head back to my kitchen
where Jenna is gonna help us take ingredients,
the same ingredients to use
and prep for five meals for the week.
Okay, we all know food is a struggle in life.
Eating healthy things, but yet not busting the budget.
And it’s just like the tug and war constantly.
So I brought in Dietitian, Registered Dietitian Jenna Waters
to help us out.
So thanks Jenna for being here.
– Yeah, thanks for having me.
– And we’re actually friends from college.
College friends. – College friends.
– Go voles. – Go voles.
– Okay so you’ve been doing this for how long now?
– So, I’ve been a registered dietitian for about five years
and my background is with sports nutrition
and then I became a mom, we have three little ones.
And I just couldn’t help but think,
we are professional athletes, moms are athletes.
– Yes, we are, all the time.
– All day everyday.
But at the same time we have so many demands
and need to find a way to balance all the variables.
– And want to feed our kids well, right?
– We want to feed them well, but not,
go crazy in the process.
– Yes, that’s right, that’s right.
– And so you have two words that I love.
Source and systemize.
– That’s right, I feel like every family
has to find their sweet spot of let’s source things well
in terms of ingredients, what ingredients are we using.
So essentially we could use the same recipes
that we’ve always been using.
But, by having better ingredients automatically
you’re changing it. – Changing the source.
Which is over here. – Yep.
– So a few things that you’re like you know what?
Look and see and you switch out
a few ingredients for better ones.
– Absolutely, no high fructose corn syrup,
hydrogenated oils, like canola oil, no soybean oil.
Instead we’re going to choose things
like olive oil or avocado oil.
– And I’m guilty of this, I’m not gonna lie.
I probably have terrible stuff in my refrigerator,
but I love that you say, it’s just like a baby step,
one thing at a time instead of buying that type of ketchup,
switch to buy something else.
– And look on the label and see.
And I love this, this is. – The snack basket.
– The snack basket, brilliant.
Brilliant, brilliant, brilliant.
– Well it was born out of the fact
that my kids ask for snacks 20,000 times a day.
So these are healthy granola bars,
these are called Perfect bars, unsweetened applesauce,
at the beginning of the week I’ll just
chop up some veggies and put ’em in here,
so hummus packages, individual makes it easy,
guacamole packets, a bunch of fruit.
Our policy at home is when this is gone for the week,
it’s gone, y’all are snacked out.
We’re not buying anymore. – Yes, yes.
It can get expensive.
Okay so sourcing and then systemize.
– Systemizing for a week.
And this is gonna look different for every single family.
So taking a look at your week
what are maybe the nights that
you can spend a little bit more time in the kitchen,
what are some nights that we have to do leftovers,
or maybe night that would have been a drive through night
maybe let’s just do a quick Instant Pot meal.
So here’s an example,
on Monday nights I have a little bit more time,
so I always choose a recipe
that I can make in bulk or double or triple
and then use in different ways throughout the week.
– Okay so where do you buy something like this?
– Really this would just be
at any conventional grocery store,
so we just bought chicken breast, organic chicken breast
and then cut them into three pieces each
and then just dipped it in egg wash
and then into a almond flour flax seed mixture.
I make a big batch at night
and then like I said with the leftovers
we’ll use them in different ways through out the week.
And so this is a honey mustard dipping sauce.
So then on Tuesday here’s what I do.
I just do a easy sheet pan meal.
Tuesdays are really busy nights for us
and so whatever night might be busy for you
you can just, I do a honey mustard salmon.
So we’re using the leftover sauce
and putting it on top of the salmon.
Just some veggies, it’s all one sheet, really easy.
– Pop it in. – Pop it in.
Bake it, roast it, whatever you need to do.
– It’s so good. – Yes.
So this is, these look familiar.
– [Rachel] Chicken tenders.
– These are the chicken tenders.
And so we’re gonna make chicken parm.
And so we’re just gonna take the chicken tenders
and literally put the sauce over it.
– All over it. – Yep.
If you want to do the cheese?
– [Rachel] Yes. – Provolone cheese.
That was literally like a five minute dinner.
And then taco bowls.
This is cauliflower rice. – Yes.
I actually bought that for the first time this week.
– It’s good.
– The first time, I’m going healthy.
– Good, that’s awesome.
A plus that’s awesome.
And little transitions like that
can make such a big difference in terms of nutrition.
But doesn’t taste a whole lot different.
– Use ground beef, peppers, some guacamole.
– Exactly, these are those individual guacamole packets
from that basket right there.
– Okay. – So using ingredients
in different ways can really go long way.
– Love it. – Yes.
– And then I’m seeing, I’m feeling a pizza.
– Yes, feeling a pizza.
– The spirit is moving, the spirit is moving here.
– That’s right.
So instead of take out pizza
which kinda used to be our go to, we’re like,
alright we need to save some money and we’re gonna actually
try to make it a little bit healthy.
So this we’re gonna again, I cubed up the left over chicken
and we’re gonna make a chicken pesto pizza.
– Oh yum.
– So I’m gonna do this, the pesto,
if you want to put cheese.
And this is a cauliflower crust.
– Okay, in the freezer section.
– It’s in the freezer section at any grocery store.
– How does it taste?
– It’s great, it’s like a flatbread basically.
– [Rachel] Okay, which I do love flatbread.
– The chicken and some sliced roma tomatoes.
– And how do your kids like it?
– Honestly, they love it.
I think sometimes we have a you have to try it rule
in our house because we’re just not doing this picky thing.
– That’s how I grew up,
it was you make what mom cooks and that’s it.
– Amen, amen.
So they try it and interestingly,
studies show it takes about 20 times
for a kid to try something before they start to like it
if they don’t like it at first.
– And I give up at like two. – Easily, easily.
– So, we just keep trying.
– It’s so great.
And so a big thing again, plan, think ahead
so you’re not last minute running through the drive through
and spending extra money you don’t need to.
– Think ahead and you can do stuff so quickly.
I mean we literally just made these meals so fast.
I love it.
– Yes, just a little kind of forethought.
– So great.
So you guys if you want all these recipes in detail,
make sure to click the link in the description
and enjoy, enjoy the good food.
– Thanks for having me, Rachel.
– So good. – So fun.
Oh I just love Jenna and she’s so smart,
I love that she kept reusing everything.
And she planned out the entire week of good healthy foods.
Alright, now it’s time for, she works hard saving money.
I love these, love these, love these.
Abigail said, our family is growing
and now it is time to get a bigger vehicle.
Just paid cash for a new-to-us Honda Odyssey.
Well done, Abigail, well done.
Jessie said, I can’t believe it’s been nine whole years
since we said, “I do.”
I would not trade our $500.00 wedding for anything.
My grandmother was right,
a wedding is just a day on the calendar,
but marriage is a lifetime.
Grandma’s always right.
Nine years, three dogs, three moves, three kids
and over $100,000 of debt accumulated and paid off,
and many, many more memories to come.
Oh Jessie, congrats, that’s so great.
Sarah said, Emily worked hard the last three months
saving her commissions for her pillow.
She was so exited.
Love this hard-working loving girl.
Give, save, spend.
You guys I love this.
I love seeing everything you’re saving up for
and even your kids.
How cute was that?
Okay, you’ve been posting photos, which I love,
but I also want you to post videos,
which is so fun because we may show them on the show.
And remember to use the #sheworkshardsavingmoney
Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, all the things, so exciting.
And remember you guys to like or subscribe
so you do not miss the next episode.
So hopefully in this episode there was something
that you could take away to make your life better.
So thanks so much to our guests, The Minimalists and Jenna.
And remember to take control of your money
and create a life you love.
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Top 10 Things That Amazon Alexa Can Do For You – Duration: 12:40. hey hey guys it’s michele bee and it is it’s hump day it’s Wednesday and I’ve
been traveling a little bit and for those of you who don’t know me I’m
Michelle Belle sorry saw B I am a real estate agent here in beautiful Boca
Raton Florida I’m also the founder of hashtag so book a lifestyle and we talk
about all things focus al Florida and beyond whether it’s lifestyle food
events charity you name it we talk about it when flogged we blog with YouTube
channel and I’m also a real estate agent with Remax services here in beautiful
boca raton so today I want to jump on because this is not specifically for
real estate agents but I really think that this is such a cool opportunity for
small business owners so if you’re a small business owner here in beautiful
Boca Raton give me a thumbs up give me some hearts or even in South Florida it
doesn’t even have to be you know local because this is something that’s really
cool so I want to know and I put it in my stories today how many of you have an
Amazon Alexa dot oh by the way I have where’s mine anyways I’ve got like three
of them um the reason I thought it would jump on is I did a really cool poll a
couple weeks ago and I asked everybody do you have an Alexa and what do you use
it for and it was around prime day and I have a an affinity for Amazon I’m
shopping on there made my life so easy and I was stunned at what people were
using their Amazon Alexa for because I was thinking music right so anyways one
of the things that people were doing
one of the things that people were using their Amazon for their Alexa for was
music weather news setting up a grocery list
so I finally set up a grocery list which is brilliant because I’m always either
creamer if you ever watch my stories I need creamer with my coffee shopping an
alarm clock intercom I had people tell me they had multiple Alexa dots in their
homes and they used it to call people they used to shop on Amazon they
use it to get sporting news or updates on their favorite team games like word
of the day homework I cannot tell you okay first of all I’m a I’m a midlife
mama so the deal is I’m a midlife mama who loves social media tech I really
embrace it I think it’s fantastic for business people are using their Amazon
Alexa for smart home their AC locking doors I mean it’s so freaking cool sound
machine for babies if you have little ones in your house timeout oh my god I
can’t imagine my kids are 28 and 23 I would like Alexa give the kids a
timeout for 15 minutes Oh brilliant so that’s another thing controlling
lights I have a lot of people tell me that they they use it for recipes and
also for conversions and recipes then one of the other things that I thought
was really really cool was motivation and productivity so I started
researching all the different things that I could do with my Alexa and
this is what I came up with so one I as a realtor I like motivation I like to
learn I have some really cool friends that have set
up some skills and if you don’t know what that is and this is why I’m jumping
on today and you have an Amazon Alexa dot you can set up everyday something
called your flash briefings so what I did is I went on and I’m like well who
don’t want to listen to and I’m gonna break it down for you you have you know
put the app on your phone okay and if you’re already are using it then you
have the app typically because you hooked it up to your music like Spotify
or something there’s a menu in the upper left corner if you tap on that menu
you’re gonna look down and you’re gonna see their skills they call it skills
okay so this is their flash briefing so it’s called skills then what you can do
is you can go to categories and there’s a huge amount of categories like
business education travel local weather productivity for example I have set up
on mine Gary Vee who’s a Gary Vee fan I love Gary Vee so every morning now I’ve
enabled his skill and that’s what you have to used to use look at the
different skills that you want right and then you pick what you want and so I
pick what I want all right and then I enable it once it’s enabled
it’s in there now some of the skills are everyday and some are once a week just
depends on who you’re you know getting your information from but I’m Gary Vee I
have my weather I have some real estate folks that I really really enjoy
listening to who are very smart and they you know they they have some really good
information especially if your real estate agents and if you want to reach
out to me I’m happy to share you know any of any of the folks that I’m sharing
with you I’m happy to share with you but I have to tell you it’s absolutely
fantastic so what I’ve done is I’ve enabled a variety of skills now so what
I do is I get up and make my coffee in the morning I tell Alexa give me my flash
briefings and they’re short so they’re like mini
micro podcasts like a minute maybe two minutes tops this is not really a long
long term thing but if you’re into podcasting this is really really good
because you can you can repurpose this for your podcast so I do have a podcast
on iTunes and my podcast is the Boca raton lifestyle buzz so it ties into
hashtag soooBoca but and what I do now is you know I do something personally
every week on what’s happening around town so if you want to check that out
and have that as a skill just go to Boca raton and it will come up but what’s
really really cool is that you can enable and disable different skill sets
depending on what you want to listen to so I also have the weather on there
I have motivational quotes now and I mean you’re talking like maybe five
seven minutes tops while you’re making your coffee get the water you do your
coffee and all that stuff it’s fantastic but what I see is I think this is a huge
opportunity for small businesses in particular that let’s face it I have a
YouTube channel love my youtube channel and I have real estate things on
there as far as for buyers and sellers I do convert those into podcasts and I’m
gonna have more content on my podcast on iTunes but are you
watching the YouTube videos are you listening to your YouTube videos because
at the end of the day I think a lot of us are listening or listening in the car
we’re listening like I don’t know when I go to bed at night a lot of times I’m
listening to things not necessarily watching things so what I think is this
is like a really cool opportunity for one your listen to some motivational
informational educational things every day and it’s quick quick quick and – if
you are a business or if you are real estate agent it’s something that you can
you know you can add to your marketing piece to your business so I wanted to
share that with you because I just think it’s I mean it’s
fascinating what people were telling me they were using it or and that kind of
surprised me because you know I’m thinking okay yeah yeah listen listen to
my music so I’d love to know one I had something
in my story today do you have an Alexa and if so what are
you using it for because now I’ve given you some really good suggestions on how
you can use it and what you can use it for and full blog post on www.soooboca.com with the lists and if you are interested in setting
up your own flash briefing you can send me an email because I’m going to do a
webinar on how to do this it is not difficult I will tell you it took me a
little time because there was a couple of things that I had to learn how to do
and I want a premises by saying midlife mama here okay technology is your friend
you can use it if you are doing a side gig or maybe you are switching careers
and you need to up your game with your marketing this is another little piece
for you I will also mention I have if you want to follow #soooBoca which is here
on Instagram/soooboca – you can follow us on my other page and we also have a full
website at www.soooboca.com and anyone at any age can embrace these platforms
you don’t have to be on all of them…maybe you have a hobby that you can monetize it
afraid of some of the new stuff that’s coming
the pike just pick and choose what works for you you don’t have to be on every
platform and you can repurpose that so for example I’m gonna put this on my
youtube channel it will also be on Facebook and I will probably take the
audio from this and put it into a podcast and I may even break it down
into some flash briefings who knows but I’m just saying don’t be afraid to the
new technology it’s fantastic and for you Realtors out there definitely take a
look at you know things that you can do with flash briefings and you know
sharing information not selling sharing of information being resource in your
community because really that’s that’s what it’s about who knows more people
than real estate agents folks and you know I’ve been here for 40 years and
like I said my momma Millennials by the way if you are midlife mom maybe have
millennials almost an empty nest or maybe an empty nester I just started a
new group on Facebook by the way so feel free to join it and it is called midlife
moms Momlife Midlife EmptyNestLife (name changed lol) you can find it on there anyways if you
have any questions feel free to send me a direct message and if you’re
interested in learning more send me an email at email@example.com
I’m gonna put together a little webinar for
everyone and show you some of the stuffs that I went through to get this set up
anyways hope you have a great day and I mean look it’s Wednesday and it’s well
at least it’s beautiful and sunny here and if there’s anything I can ever help
you out with on the real estate front I do have some specialties where I deal
with folks going through divorce seniors that are downsizing and also estate and
probate situations along with general real estate for buyers and sellers once
all one call handles it all when you work with Michele have a great day guys
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‘Can do better’ – Arsenal fans clash over news Ramsey is set to wait until January over contract – Duration: 2:15. Aaron Ramsey is reportedly set to make a final choice about signing a new contract at Arsenal until January
The Wales midfielder and his representatives have been in talks with club officials over a new deal, with his current deal set to expire next summer – but a breakthrough has yet to be made from both parties
The Daily Mail say Ramsey is ready follow Mesut Ozil’s example by stalling on a decision until the New Year in order to get the best deal possible from the north London club
A year ago, Ozil and Alexis Sanchez were facing the prospect of leaving as a free agents in the summer with Manchester United heavily linked with both players
Sanchez ended up moving to Old Trafford in a straight swap deal with Henrikh Mkhitaryan and former Germany international ended up signing a new hefty contract extension worth around £300,000 a week
Ramsey, 27, enjoyed his most influential campaign for the Gunners and ended the season in double figures for goals and assists, scoring 11 and laying on a further 12 in 32 appearances
The midfielder enjoyed a great campaign on a personal level last season and was named the fans’ player of the year
This has led to the likes of Chelsea and Manchester United being interested in his signature but before Arsenal’s victory over West Ham United, new head coach Unai Emery warned him to focus on his performances on the pitch and let his agents deal with the negotiations
“I only need his focus on training, the matches and on his performance each day,” said the Spanish boss
He was left out of the starting XI against Chelsea, but produced an energetic performance against the Hammers on Saturday
Asked whether he felt Ramsey lacked focus, Emery replied: “I don’t know, but I am thinking in the present
“I spoke with him last week but now, today, my focus is on the match and I want the player to be focused only on Saturday.” Ramsey has been at the club for more than a decade and has grown into one of the north London side’s most important players
But despite that, some fans have said it would be best to sell him and for the club to not offer him a bumper extension whilst others have urged them to do all that they can to retain his services
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You can’t go back to school without this tip! School Finesse Podcast – Ep. 2 – Duration: 4:01. Hey guys, and welcome back to the School Finesse podcast. I’m your host. Amen.
Today, we have tip #2 and our first News Fix.
So a viewer from Texas asked, “What is one of the biggest tips for starting a new semester”?
Well, here’s the tip.
Use all the resources that the school provides.
Most of the time, these resources are free.
But unfortunately, some students do not take advantage of them. If you’re having trouble mastering a subject —
schedule an appointment with a tutor. If you’re having trouble writing or just need a second set of eyes to look over your work —
go to the Writing Center. If you are working on a science project and need additional help,
go to the open lab hours
These are just a few of the resources that are available to you,
but there’s a ton more. There are discounts for transportation and restaurants, there’s free counseling and advising.
There are all sorts of resources for you.
Look, math isn’t my favorite subject, but I had to take a four credit math in community college.
Unfortunately, in high school, I convinced myself that math wasn’t for me and I had no interest in practicing it.
That wasn’t a very good decision, because when I arrived at community college, they dropped the news on me. I
had to pay for 3 remedial math classes that I got 0 credit for. I
basically took these classes for fun.
But throughout the challenge of taking the remedial math courses,
I struggled to master the skill. Instead of giving up on myself,
I scheduled an appointment with the tutor and I printed out free practice material to help myself through the courses.
Here’s the deal.
Many schools offer a ton of free resources,
but no one is going to force you to take advantage of them.
Take initiative and watch how these resources can work in your favor to help you succeed.
This week’s CHALLENGE: go to your school‘s office,
enrollment service, or registration office and ask for the list of resources available.
Encourage someone in the comment section, and let us know what school resources has worked for you or the ones you plan on using.
Now, on to the News Fix. So last week, school started. And in Missouri, a
young student wore a green shirt for picture day.
Unfortunately, he had to sit in front of a green screen.
So as you can imagine, his photos ended up being a floating head and two floating arms.
Another great story took place last week in New Jersey. A
principal installed a free laundry service for students after some of them were bullied because of their dirty clothes. The
school says, many students face humiliation because of their dirty clothes, and the school wanted to put an end to that.
This all started when a student refused to show a police officer her handbag.
Nothing illegal was in there; there was just her dirty clothes because she was homeless.
Sources say she was fighting for her pride.
So, shout out to West Side High School in Newark, New Jersey
for their free laundry service to help students. That’s our tip and news for today.
Links to the news articles will be in the description box.
Always remember, tune in every Monday morning for a new tip on how you can finesse your way through school this week.
I’m your host, Amen, signing off.
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25 Useless Human Body Parts You Can Actually Live Without – Duration: 11:43. 25 Useless Human Body Parts You Can Actually Live Without
25 Arrector Pili Muscles
The arrector pili muscle causes the phenomenon we commonly refer to as goose bumps. There
are small muscles attached to our hair follicles which when contracts causes the hair to stand
up. In most animals the goose bumps are a defence mechanism. When in fear the hair ends
rise up to make them look bigger in hopes of deterring predators. The arrector pili
muscles cannot be consciously controlled.
Other than the mass of tissue situated at either side at the back of the human throat,
there are a number of other tonsils like the adenoid tonsil, two palatine tonsils, the
lingual tonsil and two tubal tonsils. Tonsils help in protecting the throat from inhaling
foreign pathogens and against indigestion but most of the time they prove to be more
dangerous than beneficial 23
When primitive humans were largely food gatherers vegetarians, the appendix helped in the digestion
of food. Located in a pouch like structure between large and the small intestine, the
appendix basically assisted the latter in digesting cellulose and possibly also produced
white blood cells. Though lying dormant, the appendix can causes a host of problems like
it can get infected causing appendicitis � an inflammation of the appendix. It causes abdominal
pain, decreased appetite, nausea etc but most of the time people don�t have the symptoms.
22 Wisdom Teeth
Also called the third molar it�s developed between the ages of 17 and 25. According to
researchers, the out-of-place wisdom tooth was useful to our ancestors for grinding down
on plant tissues. But today our skulls have become smaller and the number of teeth has
gone down because they are no longer required.
21 Subclavius Muscle
The Subclavius Muscle is small triangular thick tendon that stretches between our first
rib and our collarbone. Lying beneath our shoulders, the muscle helps carry our shoulders
forward and downward, depress our shoulders. Subclavius Muscle was useful when primitive
humans walked on all four but today it pretty much of no good use. The muscle is not found
in everyone, some have only one, some two and some none at all.
20 Darwin’s Point
Some people have a small folded bit of skin towards the top of their ear. It�s called
Darwin�s Point, and it�s just a remnant of when our ears needed to be shaped differently
for survival, as such a shape would�ve allowed us to hear distant sounds, alerting us to
both danger and potential foods.
19 Preauricular Sinus
Some people are born with small holes near their ears that are supposedly where our ancestors
had gills. They�re called preauricular sinus, and they don�t do anything other than possibly
Adenoids are lymphoid tissue, like your tonsils (but aren�t your tonsils) located in the
throat at the very back of the nose. Supposedly they�re part of the immune system and trap
bacteria to help keep you healthy as a child, and then shrink and become useless as we age.
However, some children have to have theirs removed and it doesn�t seem to cause many
issues. Even if yours don�t make you miserable as a child, they�re useless once you�re
an adult. Just shrunken little knobs of useless tissue, hanging out.
The gallbladder is a pouch that holds bile (made by the liver) and slowly releases it
into the digestive tract. It also makes painful stones and can cause problems from cancer
(which spreads to necessary organs) and inflammation. Most people that have to have it removed don�t
notice much of a difference.
16 “Redundancy Organs”
We have a lot of redundancy organs. So okay, technically they aren�t useless, not even
a little bit; they�re actually quite awesome. But you can and could happily get by your
whole life with one kidney, or only one ovary, or only one testicle. You only need one of
these organs for them to perform their function. If you lose one, the other compensates, even
in the case of testicles and ovaries when they need to regulate hormone production.
15 The Palmaris Muscle
This muscle runs from the elbow to the wrist and is a narrow muscle that we really don�t
use for anything. It�s theorized that it was once used for hanging and climbing, but
now surgeons will harvest it for reconstructive surgeries if needed.
14 Auricular Muscles
There�s a group of muscles that surround the ear and are used by some animals to move
their ears around towards noises or to flatten them to show unhappiness. They�re called
Auricular muscles, and humans have these too, but they serve no purpose. Mainly because
we aren�t cats. It�s why some people can wiggle their ears; they�ve learned to control
13 Plantaris Muscle
At this point, about 9% of people are born without this muscle (which is in the foot).
For those who are�it�s not really of any benefit. Unless you�re a primate grasping
things with your feet. Enjoying this list? Be sure to also check
out 25 Strange Birth Defects Few Kids Are Born With.
12 Plica Semilunaris
Reptiles and birds have third eyelids, and humans just have�a tiny bit of one left
in the corner of our eye that does nothing. It�s called the Plica Semilunaris, and it
hangs out next to the tear duct. Plica semilunaris is also called the third
eyelid, located in the corner of our eye next to our tear duct. It�s a small folded fragment
seen prominently when we move our eyes. The Plica semilunaris is said to help the eye
maintain tear drainage and also allows free rotation of our eyes. Without the Plica semilunaris
our eye would limited movements because the eyeball will be attached directly to the conjunctiva.
But even then its role is quiet restricted because of its tiny size. Moreover the existence
of the Plica semilunaris is not absolutely necessary for our survival.
11 The Philtrum
The Philtrum is the small dent between your nose and upper lip. When we�re forming in
the womb, it�s where our face connects. When it doesn�t connect correctly, babies
are born with a cleft palate. Once that�s done though, there�s no need for it, despite
millions of beauty gurus insisting we apply highlighter there. It�s basically just a
visible seam from manufacturing.
10 Body Hair
We have explanations and uses for all the hair on our head � insulate our body temp,
keep sweat out of our eyes�beards could even play a roll in sexual attraction. But
what, exactly, is back and chest hair for? We don�t really �need� body hair.
9 Jacobson’s Organ
There�s an organ found in the olfactory system (think: smell) of mammals, amphibians,
and reptiles that isn�t functional in humans despite us having it. Known as Jacobson�s
organ, it was used to detect pheromones, but we don�t use it or need it anymore.
8 Extra Toes
We really don�t need the 5th one (the �pinky toe�) on account of walking upright and
on the ground, instead of clinging to and swinging from branches. All lesser apes need
5 toes for these things. Having five full toes basically just lets us pick up dirty
laundry off the floor. We could walk and run just fine with less than five.
7 Male Uterus
Male what? Uterus�male uterus. Actually, we�re just making sure you�re still paying
To clarify, no, men don�t have a uterus. However, all humans start as female in the
womb. While scientists still debate, it�s thought that the prostatic utricle connected
to the prostate in males came from the same ducts that develop into the female uterus.
Basically, some view this utricle as remnants of what would have become their uterus. It
basically serves no function, although that too, is debated.
6 Pyramidalis Muscle
There�s a tiny triangular muscle called the Pyramidalis Muscle that attaches to the
pubic bone; it�s sort of like a pouch. It�s thought that it�s a remnant from pouched
mammals. Either way, we don�t need it. 20% of the population isn�t even born with one,
but the rest of us�we just kept it. Like the receipt in the bottom of your purse from
over a year ago. Never fear though, like most unneeded body parts, if you injure it, it
5 Cervical Ribs
Cervical ribs, located above the collarbone, occur in very few humans, but enough that
it�s a well known thing. Gorillas and Chimpanzees also have an extra set of ribs, instead of
the standard 12 that most humans have. The extra set doesn�t do anything, and most
don�t even know they have them; it could, however, cause neck pain in some people.
4 Paranasal Sinuses
Paranasal sinuses are what most of us traditionally think of as our sinuses. As the name might
suggest, they�re the four that surround our nose, and generally feel cruddy during
allergy season and get infected and stuff. Yeah, we don�t need those. It�s theorized
that our ancestors had extra smell receptors there, which would�ve been helpful in a
hunter/gatherer society. Not so much in a society that has progressed enough to invent
axe body spray.
Our tailbone is actually a group of fused vertebrae at the bottom of our spine. Also
called the �Coccyx,� these bones are what�s left of our tails. No, really. We don�t
need them. Humans lost the need for tails when we learned to walk upright. It would
be kinda cool to still have tails, but apparently the universe in it�s infinite wisdom doesn�t
let evolution work on the basis of �you know what would be really cool?�
2 Female Vas Deferens
These tubes are actually a reproductive body part that starts off the same in both men
and women. In males, they become the Vas Deferens which carry sperm; in females, they�re just�tubes
Nipple develops in a foetus even before the gender is determined. It�s only on its 6th
week that the male hormones such as testosterone start to take shape. At this point the male
nipples stop to develop further but sometimes fat tissues accumulate around the nipple making
them swell and become seemingly similar to female breasts. In pubescent boys, high levels
of estrogen can also lead to swelling around the nipple making them looking larger. Though
functionless, male nipples are pretty sensitive and can develop breast cancer.
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and just in time
but you look terrible child how accent can it be to just watch something you
have no idea why did I tell you huh safe and sound
Navis the casket watcher to the rescue I suppose I underestimated your ability to
sit and stare at something that was guard the casket with your life and uh
believe me we did everything Diane touched had to be thrown out I’ve
moved out of my office for every observation oh well at least that didn’t
get her claws on my casket tossed the casket you who knew watching a
rejuvenation casket for an hour could meet you so tired
I knew you’d find your way back to me hey jump know it thank you
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宇多田 ヒカル Neon Genesis Evangelion 3.0 you can (not) redo – Sakura Nagashi | Cover by ShiroNeko – Duration: 4:43. Watching the freshly opened flowers fall,
You said, “They were early again this year…”
Appearing disappointed as you watched,
You looked so beautiful.
If you could only see me now…
I wonder what you’d think,
Of me living without you.
Everybody finds love
Everybody finds love
In the end…
in the end…
If you were to hear that healthy first cry,
Still echoing today amid the city you protected,
You’d surely be overjoyed
The footsteps of where we left off…
Everybody finds love, in the end…
I can’t possibly believe I’ll never see you again
I still haven’t managed to tell you anything!
Watching those freshly opened flowers fall,
Were we simply hopeless trees amidst that grove?
No matter how afraid I may be, I won’t avert my eyes
As long as love remains when everything comes to an end.
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Teachers Can’t Afford Supplies, But Betsy DeVos Will Pay For Their Guns – Duration: 3:53. As schools all over the country get back in session within the last few weeks and the
upcoming week, it’s important to remember that the Department of Education under-billionaire,
Betsy DeVos, still wants to arm your teacher, and now, they’re trying to figure out a way
to where the federal government can pay to give your teacher a firearm, and of course,
proper firearm training.
Now here’s the reason this particular story makes me angry.
Teachers across this country, for years now, have been going back to work each year to
under-funded school districts.
They can’t afford supplies for their classroom.
On average, teachers in this country spend between $1,200 and $1,500 out of pocket every
year to buy supplies for their own classrooms because the districts, the states, the federal
government don’t give them enough money to actually function.
Of course, teachers are one of the most under-paid professions here in the United States, so
$1,200 to $1,500 out of pocket each year is a huge chunk of their disposable income.
Furthermore, arming teachers will not work.
I think that’s the big thing we’re getting at here.
Law enforcement officials have told us this.
Putting more guns in our schools is only going to give people access to more guns to do horrible
We actually saw earlier this year where a teacher shot a student.
So yeah, not all these teachers are exactly heroes out there.
Some of them just were waiting for the opportunity to go in and commit an atrocity, but Betsy
DeVos and the Department of Education right now are working on a plan to increase funding
from the federal government down to the states to provide firearms and firearm training or
We can’t give them supplies.
We can’t give them pencils, and paper, and friggin’ Kleenexes for their classrooms, but
we’re gonna pay for their guns.
Because buying all these guns for teachers is gonna bolster the NRA, which we already
know is under huge financial duress, not to mention the fact that they had been infiltrated
by foreign spies, but Betsy DeVos doesn’t care about that.
She just wants to make sure the NRA does great, and that the gun industry does great and they
get more money ’cause gun sells are slumping right now.
What better way to increase those sales and the profits of the death industry than by
having the federal government buy thousands upon thousands of guns and handing them out
to teachers across this country who do not want them?
That’s the big takeaway here.
As I said, law enforcement officials don’t think this is a good idea, and teachers don’t
think this is a good idea.
You know what they want funding for?
Technology in the classroom, as I previously mentioned, Kleenexes, hand sanitizer, paper,
pencils, pens, things like that.
There’s not enough funding to provide the very basic things that children need in order
to learn, but that doesn’t matter to them.
Let’s go spend some money that we don’t have on guns that teachers don’t want and put them
in a situation where they’re gonna be choosing between who is the bad guy in the school,
and who is just somebody running because they’re caught in the crossfire?
More guns equal more death.
Every chart on the subject will tell you the exact same thing, and there is no reason to
think that this new plan from the Department of Education would do anything other than
increase the amount of death here in this country.
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Can the 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe Lead the Small Crossover SUV Class? | Edmunds – Duration: 8:40. [MUSIC PLAYING]
SPEAKER: Everybody, we’re outside Park City,
Utah, checking out this, the all new 2019 Hyundai Santa Fe,
completely redesigned this year with, obviously, a new style.
And particularly, I like this nice chrome
band that goes across, ties in the nice running lights up here
and, like the Kona, has its headlights lower down here.
But I think it’s way better done here than on the Kona.
Overall, I think it’s an attractive SUV.
It’s a compact SUV.
It competes against the likes of the Jeep Cherokee and Ford Edge
as well as the Nissan Murano.
Prices start right around $26,000 for the base model
all the way up to about $36,000 for this, the Ultimate trim–
pretty much fully loaded.
The top two trims are eligible for
the 2-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine
that puts out 235 horsepower.
The base engine is a 2.4 non-turbo
that only puts out 185.
All wheel drive is available on every single model, though.
As you’d expect with pretty much any new modern SUV,
you get a long list of advanced safety features,
from frontal collision warning with automatic braking,
blind spot monitors, rear cross traffic.
All that stuff is standard on every single Santa Fe.
The advantage of the Santa Fe has obviously is,
well, it’s the latest to come to market,
and it has the advantage of getting
all that technology and all the latest innovations
in engineering into it.
The question is, is it the best in its class right now?
Behind the wheel.
There’s a good solid feel about everything.
Right off the line, though, there
is a little bit of a delay between throttle application
and when you really start picking up speed and getting
some steam going.
But it’s not that big of a deal.
Once you do get past those first couple feet or so,
it starts gaining speed just fine.
So what I’m driving right now is the Ultimate, the highest trim.
And it has the 2-liter turbo with 235 horsepower.
Honestly, this is probably going to be the engine of choice.
The 185 horsepower 2.4-liter non-turbo doesn’t have a lot
going for it.
I’m sure it’s adequate, but this gets you up
to speed with confidence.
One thing I’m noticing on the road
immediately is how quiet it is.
Oh, in the presentations they’ll usually
go on and on and on about how they’ve made improvements
here and here, and it’s quiet as a crib.
This is actually really quiet, not just for the class,
but even for some higher-end luxury SUVs.
I’m not getting a lot of wind noise.
I’m not getting a lot of road noise.
It’s all really well attenuated.
Another thing that I’m noticing is visibility.
I have this great expansive view forward,
and out to the sides, and even out the back,
which for some SUVs is a little constricted
just because they get a smaller window and a narrower aperture.
This one, actually, you get a really good view.
You can tell exactly what’s behind you for quite a while.
The ride quality, it’s a little hard to tell.
We’re on some really nice smooth roads right now.
But it is handling pretty well.
It’s taken the curves with confidence.
It’s not feeling boaty, or I’m not getting any residual bumps
after it sets.
I’d actually say it probably feels as good
as some of the Mazdas do, and they’re generally
known for being a little more reactive and a little more
engaging for drivers.
The brakes feel good.
It’s a moderately firm pedal, which
is appropriate for a car like this.
I certainly have the confidence it’ll bring us to a stop.
And the adaptive cruise, it’s come a long way
in the last eight years or so.
It’s nice and smooth with the inputs.
It’s not jamming on the brakes, It’s
not getting on the accelerator too aggressively.
It’s pretty much driving as a normal human would.
And it brings you down to a complete stop.
One thing I’m not getting is a lot
of false alarms from all the advanced safety
features some cars–
Volvo, Honda– they’ll send off false alarms all the time.
This is actually really well attuned
to give you alerts that you need when you need them
and not flashing lights and beeping all the time at you.
I have ventilated seats.
And even though it’s not very hot,
it’s really nice having them–
just keeps you a little fresher, takes just a little bit
of fatigue off of you.
The seats themselves, well, they’re
actually pretty well-padded– good bolstering on the sides,
too, when you are taking some turns.
And materials quality throughout the cabin
is actually really nice.
All the buttons are placed right where you think they should be.
There’s a good tactile feel so that you
don’t have to keep looking down to see
which button you’re hitting– it just becomes second nature.
One thing I like is having the infotainment
screen right up on top.
It’s a nice, big, clear, eight-inch touch screen.
It’s right in my sight line–
I don’t have to really take my eyes off the road.
It’s just a quick glance.
And it’s easy to use as well.
In addition to the pretty decent on-road characteristics
of the new Santa Fe, they’re telling me
that it has a pretty decent amount off-road capability.
Now, we’re not talking Cherokee Trailhawk level,
but we’re climbing up this pretty steep hill here.
And we’re going a little squirrely.
We’ve got it in all-wheel drive lock mode,
and I’m not really working very hard at all.
It’s just a nice moderate pace.
It’s handling it just fine with all-season tires.
So for sure, you can get to your favorite fishing spot–
it’s not a problem.
Got some ruts here.
Seems like we’ve got a decent amount of ground clearance too.
And the best part is you’ve got all the visibility
to see where all the rocks are.
Well done, Hyundai.
Not only is the Hyundai Santa Fe driver-friendly,
it’s also family and passenger friendly.
I’m 5 foot 10, and I have plenty of headroom.
This seat is actually set further back probably,
for a 6-footer, and I still have tons of foot and legroom,
and knee room too.
It’s really quite nice.
And like a lot of SUVs, the second row
is slightly elevated from the first row,
so you get a better view outward.
You don’t feel claustrophobic.
And these windows give you a good view outward too.
So you don’t feel like you’re missing out on all the action.
Another good thing sunshades work
pretty well and on a hot day will be a lifesaver back here
Now, some other manufacturers started
doing the rear seat alert, which will remind you
if you may have put your child or your pet in the back seat.
Those are triggered because the rear doors are open, then
closed, and then you drive away.
And then when you park, it tries to remind you
that you may have actually left something back there.
Hyundai takes it a step further with a sensor right
over my shoulder that senses motion.
So if your dog or child is back here,
it will alert you with a honk immediately.
It will also alert you with a text message and an email.
In this top trim, you do have heated seats back here.
You also have additional USB ports and a household power
So with kids on a long road trip, pretty sure
they’d be fine back here.
Actually, I’m fine back here.
Like a lot of SUVs in the class, the Santa Fe
has a hands free tailgate.
Except unlike a lot of the others,
where you have to swipe your foot,
you just have to stand here for a few seconds.
That means if you’re really loaded down
with some heavy objects, you don’t
have to lose your balance trying to swipe your foot underneath.
You have 35.9 cubic feet of cargo space
behind the second row.
That’s actually a lot for the class.
On top of that, you have some really nice cubbies underneath
and some really large ones under the floor here.
All in all, I get a really good rating for utility.
After spending a lot of time behind the wheel with the Santa
Fe, I have to say, yeah, it actually
might be the class leader now.
It drives great!
You got a ton for the money.
And quite honestly, I really like the way it looks too.
For more information on the Santa Fe
as well as its competition, head on over to Edmonds.com.
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