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    Unsalvageable bean dishes (with Trinny Woodall)

    enSeptember 19, 2023

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    • Discussion on Accessibility and Budget-Friendly AlternativesBe resourceful, prepared, and budget-conscious in daily life. Accessibility features make tasks easier, while companies like Mint Mobile offer affordable alternatives to expensive plans. Prepare for unexpected emergencies and learn to make simple, cost-effective items at home.

      Accessibility features like Voice Over on iPhones make daily tasks easier, while companies like Mint Mobile offer affordable alternatives to expensive wireless plans. During the conversation, Ryan Reynolds announced a price drop for Mint Mobile's unlimited plan from $30 to $15 a month. Meanwhile, the discussion also touched on unexpected emergencies and the importance of being prepared, with a humorous exchange about the need for emergency spoons. The conversation also highlighted the simplicity of making oat milk at home and the convenience of having a well-stocked handbag for unexpected situations. In essence, the conversation showcased the importance of being resourceful, prepared, and budget-conscious in our daily lives.

    • The importance of routines and traditionsEstablished routines and traditions create a clear division between work and personal time, and have a significant impact on our daily lives and memories.

      The speaker fondly remembers the established routine of taking a proper lunch hour and running errands during their breaks in their early radio career. This was a common practice that helped create a clear division between work and personal time. However, the speaker noticed a significant change when moving to a new location, where this practice was less adhered to. The speaker also shared how Sunday nights have a unique feeling that transports people back to their past, regardless of age or current situation. Additionally, the speaker shared a personal experience of attempting to salvage an inedible bean dish by adding various solutions, only to fail and ultimately have to discard it. This discussion highlights the importance of established routines and traditions, and the impact they can have on our daily lives and memories.

    • Unexpected connections from food mishapsFood mishaps can lead to fond memories and heartwarming conversations. Nostalgia and shared experiences can bring people closer together.

      Food mishaps can lead to fond memories and unexpected connections. The discussion revolved around a failed vegan chili recipe, but the speaker found comfort in the slow-cooking process and even shared affectionate thoughts towards it. A listener suggested using 'nduja pesto to save the dish, but it was too late. However, the conversation took an unexpected turn when the speaker shared a heartwarming memory of bathing and singing with her father during her childhood. The memory was triggered by a listener's email about the nostalgic radio show "Sing Something Simple." The speaker reflected on how things that seem unusual or inappropriate now were once common practices. The conversation ended with a reminder that Russell Brand would be discussed in an upcoming interview. Overall, the conversation showcased how food mishaps and nostalgic memories can bring people together and create meaningful connections.

    • The Complexity of Consent and Power DynamicsThe importance of ongoing dialogue about consent and power dynamics to prevent similar situations from happening in the future

      The conversation around consent, particularly in the context of power imbalances, is a complex and important issue that needs more attention. Melanie Milley emphasized this point during the discussion, highlighting how women may not come forward with allegations right away due to realizing their vulnerability in past experiences. The listener's email about Russell Brand's past behavior also underscores the need for education and awareness around consent. An anonymous email writer shared her experience of being a fan of Brand when she was younger and not recognizing the red flags, which she now sees as harassment. The lack of a consent education guidebook during her time at university further emphasizes the importance of addressing this issue. Overall, the conversation emphasizes the need for open and ongoing dialogue about consent and power dynamics to prevent similar situations from happening in the future.

    • Feeling vulnerable and heartbrokenIt's normal to feel sadness and vulnerability in response to life's changes, and it's important to remember that these feelings are not a reflection of one's worth.

      Experiencing vulnerability and feeling uncomfortable with one's own sexuality or self-worth in response to unwanted advances is a common experience, and it's important to remember that it's not a fault of one's own. A listener shared her feelings of sadness and vulnerability as she watched a beloved figure from her past move on and spread his wings, leaving her feeling lost and heartbroken. The speaker acknowledged the universal nature of this experience and offered words of comfort and reassurance. Another listener shared her experience of sending her child off to university and feeling the pain of empty nest syndrome. The speaker offered words of sympathy and encouragement, reminding listeners that their children will eventually return home. During the interview, Trinny Woodall discussed her new book, "Fearless," which is not about rules but rather about the things she has learned throughout her life. The speaker reflected on how Trinny and Susanna's show used to focus on telling people what to wear and be inappropriate, but the new book is about dealing with a range of issues, from fleeting thoughts to dealing with grief and loss. The speaker also mentioned a handy guide to necklines, avoiding debt, and wearing statement jewelry in the book.

    • Empowering Women to Find the Right Beauty ProductsFashion expert Trini built a successful makeup empire by addressing the need for informed decisions among women, focusing on those aged 35+, and staying authentic in her social media presence to empower self-confidence.

      Trini, a fashion expert, TV presenter, and beauty entrepreneur, has built a successful makeup empire with her BFF Skin Perfector selling every 30 seconds globally. She identified a need to help women make informed decisions amidst the overwhelming number of beauty products available. Trini London was launched with a focus on women aged 35 and above who want products that work for them. Trini expressed concern for the younger generation, who are bombarded with unrealistic images and filters on social media, leading to comparisons and low self-confidence. Despite the challenges in the beauty industry, Trini remains authentic and unfiltered in her social media presence. Her mission is to empower women to embrace their unique selves and find products that suit them.

    • Embracing imperfections and showing authenticityTrini, a media personality, encourages women to embrace their imperfections and show authenticity, sharing her own experiences of using a dog nappy to dye her eyelashes and overcoming anxiety and insecurities to find self-belief and live life to the fullest.

      Authenticity and self-belief are essential for feeling comfortable in one's own skin. Trini, a media personality, emphasized the importance of showing women as they are, even with imperfections, on her website. She shared an amusing story about using a dog nappy to dye her eyelashes when she couldn't find cotton wool. Trini, a caring pet owner, keeps a nappy on her incontinent dog Lily, allowing her to stay in her favorite sleeping spot. Trini believes she is currently in the best form of her life due to her newfound self-belief, which came from overcoming her anxiety and insecurities, including dealing with cystic acne during adolescence and going through rehab in her late twenties. Despite her successful media career, Trini's past struggles with self-worth may surprise some. Her message is that everyone has the potential to grow and improve, and believing in oneself is crucial for living life to the fullest.

    • Exploring your personal color palette boosts confidence and self-expressionIdentifying your best colors through experimentation can simplify decision-making and boost confidence in dressing and makeup choices

      Discovering and embracing your unique color palette can significantly enhance your confidence and self-expression. The speaker shared her personal experience of struggling with shyness and anxiety in her younger years, and how she found solace in identifying her best colors through experimentation. She emphasized that color can reveal a lot about a person and can even speak for us when we're unsure of what to say. The speaker also encouraged embracing a wider range of colors beyond neutral palettes, as they can bring joy and vibrancy to our lives. By understanding what colors suit us best, we can simplify our decision-making process when it comes to dressing and makeup, and feel more confident in our choices. So, take the time to explore your personal color palette and let it be a source of self-expression and boost to your self-confidence.

    • Colors and clothing impact mood and confidencePersonal color choices and comfortable workout clothes can boost mood and confidence. Longer lifespans emphasize the importance of self-care for optimal health and a fulfilling life.

      Personal style and color choices can have a significant impact on mood and confidence. The speaker shares how certain colors suit her and make her feel her best, with French navy and clear, neutral tones being her go-to. She also mentions the importance of comfortable, elasticated workout clothes for motivation during exercise. Furthermore, the conversation touches on the increasing trend of people living longer lives, emphasizing the importance of taking care of one's body for optimal health and a broader life experience. The discussion also highlights the significance of personal associations with clothing and the role it plays in our daily lives.

    • Embracing a healthy lifestyle for longevityPrioritize wellness, consider hormonal balance for aging, and make informed decisions about hormone replacement therapy for overall health.

      It's essential to prioritize living well and maintaining a healthy lifestyle as we age, focusing on both physical and mental health. The fear of having fewer "good summers" left can be aging, and it's crucial to consider how we can keep our bodies and minds strong for as long as possible. Hormonal balance is an essential aspect of aging well, and the conversation around hormone replacement therapy (HRT) for longevity, not just menopause, is gaining importance. HRT can help prevent various health issues, and individual preferences and research should guide one's decision to use it. The stigma around discussing hormonal health in older age needs to change, and resources like Dr. Erica Schwartz's work should be more accessible. Ultimately, the goal is to live a full, vibrant life at any age, and taking care of ourselves through proper nutrition, mental stimulation, and hormonal balance is crucial.

    • Exploring midlife crises and sexualityAcknowledging and embracing sexuality can lead to rejuvenation, while finding the right neckline and pronunciation can boost confidence.

      Midlife crises can lead women to feel disconnected from their menstrual cycles and sexuality, and exploring this aspect can lead to a sense of rejuvenation. Trini Woodall shared her belief that acknowledging and embracing one's sexuality is crucial, using the expression "hello from down there" as an example. She also emphasized the importance of finding the right neckline to frame one's features and boost confidence. Woodall's book, The New Neckline Bible, offers suggestions for women of a certain age to enhance their appearance and self-image. The conversation between Jane Garvey and Phoebe Glover also touched on the significance of the right pronunciation of words, as demonstrated by Antonia in Ireland with the word "croissant." Overall, the episode highlighted the importance of embracing one's femininity, exploring new perspectives, and finding small joys in everyday life.

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